PRO (0-0/0-0): Landry Jones was drafted by the Steelers with their second of two selections in the fourth round (115th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft.
PRO (0-0/0-0): Landry Jones was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers with their second of two selections in the fourth round (115th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft.
2014 (0-0): Landry Jones was inactive for all 16 games during the regular season and the lone postseason contest.
2013 (0-0): Landry Jones was inactive for all 16 games.
COLLEGE: Landry Jones started 50-of-52 games, setting the school position record with 48 consecutive starts…shattered school and Big 12 Conference career-records and placed himself high on the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision record charts with 1,388 completions of 2,183 passes (63.58%) for 16,646 yards and 123 touchdowns…added three rushing touchdowns…amassed 16,271 yards of total offense and was responsible for 126 touchdowns…his passing yardage total ranks third in NCAA annals…his average of 320.1 yards per game passing is the eighth-best figure by an NCAA FBS performer…his 123 touchdowns placed fifth in major college annals and are first in school history…his 16,271 yards in total offense rank third in college football history…his 2,315 total plays and his 2,183 pass attempts are Big 12 records…his 1,388 pass completions bettered the previous school career record and rank second in Big 12 history…majored in multidisciplinary studies. 2012: The fifth-year senior earned All-Big 12 Conference second-team accolades from the AP and The NFL Draft Report, in addition to being named an honorable mention by the league’s coaches…guided a unit that ranked fifth in the nation in passing, 12th in total offense and 15th in scoring…finished 11th in the major college ranks with an average of 319.77 yards per game of total offense, as he completed 367-of-555 passes (66.13%) for 4,267 yards and 30 touchdowns…amassed 4,157 yards while guiding the Sooners to a 10-3 record…threw for at least 300 yards in six contests, including a pair of consecutive 500-yard performances…his 367 pass completions rank second on the school season-record chart and his 555 pass attempts placed third on the school annual record chart…his 4,267 yards passing rank fourth on the team’s annual chart…his 30 touchdown tosses are good for seventh on the Sooners’ season-record list, while his 4,157 yards in total offense rank fourth…threw for a school record 554 yards, had a school record 554 yards of total offense and tied the school record when he threw six touchdown passes vs. West Virginia…set a school record with 71 pass attempts vs. Oklahoma State. 2011: The Manning Award finalist ended his junior season as the owner of 13 program passing records, including becoming Oklahoma’s all-time passer with a then 12,379 career yards, which had ranked fifth in Big 12 Conference history…the All-Big 12 first-team pick by The NFL Draft Report guided a team that finished fifth in the nation in passing and total offense, and finished 10th in scoring…was the nation’s sixth-rated player with an average of 341.46 yards per game in total offense…ranked third on the team’s annual list with 4,463 yards passing and eighth with 29 touchdown passes…scored two rushing touchdowns and generated 4,439 yards of total offense…threw for over 300 yards eight times, with five 400-yard efforts that included a then career-best 505 yards on 35-of-47 tosses, along with five touchdowns vs. Kansas State…marked the third time in 2011 that he had five touchdowns in a game. 2010: The Sammy Baugh Award winner earned honorable mention All-American from Sports Illustrated...the All-Big 12 Conference first-team pick by the Dallas Morning News and Kansas City Star added league second-team accolades from the AP…named the Fiesta Bowl Offensive Player of the Game after setting school bowl records in passing yardage (429) and passing touchdowns (3) in Oklahoma's win over Connecticut…set school season-records by completing 405-of-617 passes (65.64%)…his 38 touchdown tosses rank third on the team’s record list…his pass efficiency rating of 146.31 ranked second in the conference and was the eighth-best rating ever by a Sooner…gained 4,590 yards of total offense…threw for over 300 yards ten times, with three of those contests generating at least 400 passing yards. 2009: Started 10-of-12 games he appeared in…The NFL Draft Report’s Freshman All-American placed third in the voting by the league’s coaches for Big 12 Conference Freshman of the Year accolades…led a team that ranked 11th in the nation in passing…his 3,198 yards passing, along with 26 passing touchdown passes both rank ninth in team history for a single season…generated 3,085 yards of total offense…threw for over 300 yards three times. 2008: Redshirted.
PERSONAL: Attended Artesia High School (Artesia, N.M.)…led his team to consecutive Class 4A State Championships, throwing for a combined 7,013 yards and 89 touchdowns…the first title came during his junior season, as the All-State selection threw for 3,432 yards and 45 scores, while also rushing for 294 yards and nine scores in 2006…as a senior, earned EA Sports and Parade All-American honors, in addition to being a finalist for the Joe Montana Quarterback of the Year Award, given to the nation’s best prep passer…selected as New Mexico Gatorade Player of the Year in 2007, gaining 3,850 yards on 366 pass attempts and 44 touchdowns on his way to yet another state title…finished his high school career by starring in the Under Armour ESPN All-American game…son of Kellye and Kevin Jones…wife, Whitney, was a former guard for the Oklahoma Sooners women’s basketball team and was drafted by the San Antonio Silver Stars with the 32nd overall pick in the 2013 WNBA Draft…Full name: Matthew Landry Jones.
The Pittsburgh Steelers closed out their 2014 preseason against the Carolina Panthers at Heinz Field
The Pittsburgh Steelers took on the Buffalo Bills at Heinz Field in Week 2 of the 2014 Preseason.
Steelers Players team up with the Salvation Army and shop for winter clothes with children.
A look back at Maurkice Pouncey, Landry Jones, and Markus Wheaton from college, the Combine and the NFL.
The Pittsburgh Steelers faced the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium on Thursday, August 9, 2013.
Steelers quarterback Landry Jones wants to take advantage of the additional reps he is getting during practice at training camp at Saint Vincent College.
Steelers Quarterback Landry Jones talked about playing a lot in the preseason loss to the Carolina Panthers and and being frustrated with not getting into the endzone.
Steelers quarterback Landry Jones talks about getting to play a majority of the team’s preseason finale.
As quarterback Landry Jones begins his second year with the Pittsburgh Steelers, he is expected to make major contributions on the field. Missi Matthews, Bob Labriola, and Mike Prisuta detail his keys to success in 2014.