When asked to consider the notion that he helped get the Ravens a Super Bowl and they, in turn, made him famous, Jones replied, "I won't say famous. I would say they helped make me a better person and a man. Because they gave me a lot of responsibility. They didn't have a leash on you."
"This organization is a family more than anything," Jones said. "The city of Baltimore accepted me. They took me in. It's love, and I appreciate it. Everything has to come to an end, but at least it's here."