Jones scored his first professional touchdown in a week four match-up vs.
the Minnesota Vikings at the Metrodome. With Green Bay leading 16–9, Brett Favre hit Jones on a pass down the right sideline that went 33 yards for a touchdown, giving Green Bay a 23–9 lead. The Packers would end up winning the game 23–16.
Jones was announced as the Diet Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week for games played on October 28–29, 2007. Jones made three receptions for 107 yards including a first-quarter 79-yard touchdown in the Packers’ 19–13 win over the Denver Broncos. Jones finished the year with 47 receptions and 676 yards. He also had two touchdown receptions. In 2009-2010 season, Jones was the depth chart three receiver in the team, behind Donald Driver and Greg Jennings.
In 2009, Jones caught the most touchdowns in one season in his career, with five. He also had 440 receiving yards, second most in his career. He also had a touchdown catch in Green Bay’s Wild Card playoff game at Arizona, but the Packers lost, 51-45 in overtime. In 2010-2011 regular season, he caught 679 yards along with five touchdowns. He scored 2 touchdowns in the 2010-11 NFL Playoffs, one each in the Wild Card and Divisional round vs the Philadelphia Eagles and Atlanta Falcons respectively. In Super Bowl XLV vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jones caught 5 passes for 50 yards in Green Bay’s 31-25 triumph.