Chandler Jones persists in making sensational claims.
In the 2022 NFL offseason, the Raiders made a significant free-agent acquisition by bringing in Chandler Jones to complement their star pass rusher, Maxx Crosby. However, tensions have escalated since the recent offseason.
Chandler Jones has continued to voice his grievances on social media, taking aim at figures like Josh McDaniels and Mark Davis in his most recent outburst. Concerns about his mental well-being have started to mount.
On Thursday morning, the defensive end for the Las Vegas Raiders posted a video where he asserted that Aaron Hernandez did not take his own life in prison. During his live broadcast, he became visibly emotional, shedding tears.
Jones departed from the Raiders at the conclusion of the preseason, citing grievances that the team had restricted his access to the amenities at Allegiant Stadium. More recently, the veteran defensive end disclosed that he was relocated to a behavioral health facility the previous week following what he described as an involuntary hospitalization on Monday.
At 33 years old, Jones, currently listed on the non-football injury list, commenced the season while entering the second year of his three-year, $51 million contract inked in March 2022.
Adding to Las Vegas’ woes, the team suffered consecutive defeats after an initial season-opening victory.
Nevertheless, the most pressing concern remains the mental well-being of Jones, who clearly requires support to prevent any potential adverse outcomes.