Aaron Jones scored four touchdowns Monday night against the Detroit Lions in a game that had added significance for the Green Bay Packers' running back.
He wore a necklace with a football-shaped medallion that had his late father's ashes in them. It was Jones' first game at Lambeau Field since his dad, Alvin Jones Sr., died in April at 56 of COVID-19 complications.
But during the Packers' 35-17 win, their first of the season, Jones lost the necklace. He thinks he lost it after his second touchdown.
"If there was any place to lose it, that's where my dad would've wanted me to lose it," Jones said after the game. "So I know he's smiling."
Jones told 97.3 The Game on Tuesday morning that the necklace was found.
He had more than a dozen family members in attendance for Monday's game.
"I'm used to turning around and seeing my dad in the stands and just smiling to know everything is OK," said Jones, who has led the Packers in rushing in each of the past three years. "So when I was seeing them, I was good."
Jones rushed for 67 yards and added 48 more yards receiving.