Regardless of how good the offense is in Kansas City, the Chiefs can't really afford to be without a talent like Jones and his 24.5 sacks, 49 QB hits, and 27 tackles for loss over the past two seasons. On Tuesday, NFL Media's Mike Garafolo said Jones deserves a contract extension but doesn't expect one to happen.
"(He) always viewed himself as a $20-million-plus guy.
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While there are differences between Jones' and Bell's situations, Jones stating he won't play without a new deal from the Chiefs is at the very least an attempt to leverage the negotiations a bit more in his favor.
Chris Jones is likely not going to play during the 2020 National Football League season, and it has nothing to do with the coronavirus pandemic.
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Le'Veon Bell sat out the entire 2018 after the Pittsburgh Steelers used the franchise tag on him for a second consecutive season. If he and the team don't agree to a long term deal by July 15, he will either have to sign his franchise tag or choose to sit out the season.
Jones is now slated to make just north of $16 million in 2020, but Jones clearly wants the security of a long-term deal to ensure his extended future in the NFL. He's led the Chiefs in sacks in each of the last two campaigns.
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