Quintorris Lopez Jones Jr, or Julio Jones as popularly known, is an American professional football player.
Julio is not an ordinary wide receiver but is also considered one of the top tiers.
The star athlete started his professional career when he was drafted in 2011 by Atlanta Falcons to compete in National Football League.
Jones played for the Falcons until the 2020 season before switching to Tennessee Titans in 2021.
Julio’s athleticism is so adequate that he is included in the NFL 2010s All-Decade Team.
On February 8, 1989, the football star was born in Foley, Alabama, where he was also raised and allowed to hone his talent and skills.
The five-star athlete is 33 years old as of this year. His mother, Queen Marvin, single-handedly took care of Jones and his brother, even though they struggled to live in a tough environment.
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Queen Marvin, Julio Jones’ Mother
Queen Marvin is an African-American woman who raised her two children, without aid from her supposed partner, ever since young Julio was only five years old.
Other information about Marvin is kept private. It is known that she worked as a crew in the local diner.
She worked at least nine hours a day to fill her youngsters’ needs.
Julio’s Father, Unknown
Quintorris Sr’s identity and information are not disclosed to the public.
It is reported that he remained in contact with the athlete. This article will be updated once we get more specifics about him.
Phillip Jones, Julio’s Brother
Unlike Julio’s remarkable career, his brother, Phillip, is involved in several controversies throughout his life. He was a convicted drug trafficker in 2019 after authorities found marijuana in his possession.
In 2014, Phillip was shot in the arm, causing him to be amputated. The athlete’s older sibling was born in 1983 and will turn 39 this year.
Phillip watches his superstar brother play, and they share a great connection.