The couple will tie the knot in an evening ceremony at the Arlington Hall mansion in Dallas.
Jones told the Dallas Morning News he planned to attend after getting a waiver from the NFL owners, who have locked out their players since the last collective bargaining agreement lapsed.
"I've gotten special permission," Jones said earlier this week. "But more than anything (I got the) right ticket from him and his fiancee. It is one of the prettiest invitations I've ever seen."
The ceremony will be held under a large tent erected on the grounds of the mansion. TMZ.com said its sources reported the entire mansion compound was booked for the occasion.
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