Jones had off-field problems during his rookie season in 2017. He pleaded no contest in February after being cited for driving with a controlled substance in his system in exchange for dismissal of tickets for speeding and operating without a license.
"I spoke to Aaron after the incident," Packers head coach Mike McCarthy told reporters in November. "It's been a while since, I don’t recall the date. He made a mistake, and I know it's a pending legal situation. But yes, I am aware of it."
The 23-year-old Jones tied for the team lead with four rushing touchdowns last season. He finished second with 81 carries and 448 yards, and his 5.5 yards per carry ranked fifth among all players with at least 50 attempts.
Jones will be eligible to return for the Packers' Week 3 game against the Washington Redskins on Sept. 23.