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Greg Jennings puts James Jones’ car on blocks as prank (Pictures)

Green Bay Packers wide receivers Greg Jennings and James Jones have been going back and forth pranking each other’s cars, and Jennings got his teammate good on Monday.

According to the Green Bay Press Gazette, Jennings had a local car company remove the tires from Jones’ car as a prank for Jones’ son’s birthday.

The Press Gazette says Jones’ truck was filled with silly string and had paint covering the windows. The front window was completely whited out with the words “Go Pack Go,” written on it while the passenger’s seat said: “Happy birthday Lil J.J,” which was a nod to Jones’ son.

Fellow wide receiver Jordy Nelson told the Press Gazette that Jones had Jennings’ car filled with packing peanuts for his 29th birthday last month. This was Jennings’ retribution.

“This what I do o people who try to prank me. Got Cha James Jones89,” Jennings wrote on Twitter.

Whether it’s removing tires from cars, filling them with buttered popcorn, or even hiding cars, athletes LOVE to run vehicle pranks on one another. Hey, they have long seasons, can’t blame them for getting creative to keep things fun and fresh.

Here’s another look at the car:

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James Jones Has No Use for Helmets

I don’t know what it is about pre-season games and players losing helmets, but it sure seems to happen a lot. Maybe it’s because it’s guys who are doing everything they can to make the team, or maybe it’s because the equipment guys aren’t fitting the scrubs with proper-fitting helmets. Either way, it happened again on Monday Night Football, this time, it was James Jones with a spectacular touchdown catch from Aaron Rodgers. Let’s go to the videotape:

Even though it looks like James Jones had his brains scrambled on the play, I’ll bet it’s the Bengals’ defensive backs who wound up the most confused by what happened. How can you possibly hit someone that hard and not have him go down? And to clarify a point made above, Jones is actually a slot receiver who sees plenty of time, not a scrub. Just ask Brett Favre.