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Irish lose DL Jarron Jones for season

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The Notre Dame Fighting Irish is expected to be without redshirt junior defensive lineman Jarron Jones for this season. Jones suffered a significant knee injury.

At this time, it is not known what type of injury he suffered.

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Jarron Jones, No. 94 (Getty Images)

He was going into the season as one of Notre Dame’s top defensive lineman. He has flashed promise in the past, and was listed above teammate Sheldon Day.

He started to put things together at the end of last season. He went down with a Lisfranc injury in November.

According to Irish Illustrated, the Irish lost a starter three years ago in camp. Jones was expected to be a starter this season.

At that time, the team had to change a freshman, who was recruited for offense, to play defense. It worked out for KeiVarae Russell.

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