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Fast & Furious Star Tyrese Gibson Drops Advice To DT Chris Jones Worth For $80,000,000

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Tyrese Gibson Drops Advice To DT Chris Jones

As a result of his holdout from the Kansas City Chiefs, Chris Jones has some spare time on his hands. As shown in images posted on Hollywood megadirector Michael Bay’s Instagram page, Jones was spotted hanging out with him.

The photographer captioned the images on social media as follows:

Wow, just me and my friend Chris Jones…He recently left the TEAM! Crazy!”

On Bay’s post with Jones, the Fast & Furious star Tyrese Gibson made an intriguing comment.

Despite the possibility that Jones is leaving Kansas City, Bay’s statement might also signify that the All-Pro isn’t currently with the squad. The issue of Chris Jones following Gibson’s suggestion is unique.

Over the previous two of seasons, Jones has been a crucial component of the Chiefs’ defence. He has accumulated 65 sacks, 243 tackles, and 12 forced fumbles in his seven seasons with the organisation.

The 2016 second-round pick of the Chiefs had two seasons with double-digit sack totals, including 15.5 sacks in 2017. In terms of sacks in club history, he is among the top 10.

What obligations are in Chris Jones’ contract?
The two-time Super Bowl champion seeks a lengthy contract that will elevate his status as one of the highest-paid defensive linemen in the league. In July 2020, Jones agreed to a four-year, $80 million deal. This season, he will earn $20 million, which puts him sixth among players in his position.

The two highest-paid defensive tackles this season will be Daron Payne of the Washington Commanders ($31.010 million) and Aaron Donald of the Los Angeles Rams ($28.5 million).

How much money has Chris Jones already been fined?
Jones is paying a high price for his holdout with the Chiefs because his fines have surpassed $1 million.

The 29-year-old skipped both the veteran report date on 21 July and the commencement of the team’s training camp. As of this week, he has missed three weeks.

In accordance with Article 42 of the 2020 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), Jones is subject to a “mandatory fine of $50,000 per day.”

The contract dispute between Chris Jones and the Chiefs appears to have no conclusion in sight. Before Kansas City’s September 7th season opening against the Detroit Lions, it is still unclear how the situation will pan out.

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