Jack Jones


Jack Jones

Jackie “Jack” Milton Jones was born Saturday, April 23, 1938 in Bennington, Okla. to Brutus Costello Jones and Mary Elizabeth (Costley) Jones. He passed from this life on Tuesday, July 26, 2022 in Durant, Oklahoma at the age of 84. Jack was raised and graduated high school in...
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Patriots 2022 roster breakdown: Jack Jones will be competing for prominent playing time this summer

With the offseason workout program in the rear-view mirror, the New England Patriots are already fully “on to 2022.”. The team currently has 87 players under contract, but only 53 of them will be able to survive roster cutdowns in early September and ultimately make the active team. Over the course of spring and summer, just like we have in years past, we will take a look at the men fighting for those spots to find out who has the best chances of helping the Patriots build on their 10-7 record.

ASU’s Jack Jones Contending for Starting Role in New England

Drafted in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL Draft, former Sun Devil cornerback Jack Jones is in contention for a starting role in the New England Patriots secondary. It isn’t every day that a 24-year-old picked 121st overall in the NFL Draft is considered for a starting role in the secondary of arguably the greatest football coach ever to live.

Herm Edwards: Patriots CB Jack Jones has been ‘a handful,’ but landed in good spot in New England (report)

Jack Jones’ path to Foxborough was a bumpy one. The cornerback began his college career at USC, but left the school due to “academic issues and rule violations.” At junior college in 2018, Jones was arrested for breaking into a Panda Express, pled guilty to misdemeanor charges, and spent 45 days under house arrest. From there he landed at Arizona State, where he led the team in interceptions in 2019, but was suspended for fighting at practice in 2020.

Patriots rookie CB Jack Jones to challenge for starting role?

The Patriots lost top cornerback J.C. Jackson in free agency this offseason, and one of the biggest questions facing the club since has been how it will replace the 2021 Pro Bowler. Earlier this month, we learned that Malcolm Butler had emerged as the favorite to fill that void, but as Mike Reiss of writes, fourth-round rookie Jack Jones is already making a strong case of his own.