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Just like they did with Malcolm Butler two years ago, the Patriots struck gold when they signed Jones from the crop of undrafted free agents on defense.

The Auburn product did not hear his name called in the 2016 draft, but he has become a solid contributor for the Patriots over the course of the last five years.

Jonathan Jones
Jonathan Jones

Jones has played in 87 regular season and postseason games for the Patriots, splitting time between the slot cornerback position and special teams.

After devoting much of his career to kicking, he began to see more time on defense beginning in 2017. While serving in both capacities, he was instrumental in New England’s two Super Bowl victories.

In particular, his performance as a safety/cornerback hybrid in the team’s zone looks against the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl 53 stands out as a major cause for the team’s defensive domination that day.

Jones’ salary cap charge for the upcoming 2021 season is $7.37 million, which places him at No. 6 on the Patriots’ roster and No. 18 among NFL cornerbacks.

His total salary package includes a base salary of $4.3 million, a prorated signing bonus of $2 million, and other bonuses totaling $1.1 million. This means that if New England waives or trades him, they will gain $4.5 million in cap space.

Jonathan Jones Contract

Jalen Mills agreed to a four-year, $24 million deal with the New England Patriots, which included a $2,500,000 signing bonus and $9 million in guaranteed money.

Jonathan Jones  Salary

On average, Jonathan Jones makes $7,000,000 a year. Jones’ base salary will be $5,400,000 and his roster bonus will be $282,348 in 2022. His cap hit will be $7,701,098.

Jonathan Jones Net Worth

Jonathan Jones has an estimated net worth of $12 million to $14 million dollars