Miami Dolphins cornerback Byron Philip Jones is an American football player presently playing for the National Football League’s Miami Dolphins. On September 26, 1992, Jones was born.
The Dallas Cowboys selected him as their first-round choice in the 2015 NFL Draft after he had an exceptional combined performance.
With a standing long jump of 12 feet 3 inches, he now holds the unofficial world record (3.73 meters). At the NFL Combine, he set a new record for the broad jump with a leap of 12.3 feet.
Jude Kelly coached Jones at St. Paul Catholic High School in Bristol, Connecticut. Basketball player Jones was. He was named to the All-Naugatuck Valley and Class MM All-State football teams as a senior and as the team’s captain. Rivals.com gave him a two-star rating out of a potential five stars.
Jones was a defensive back for the University of Connecticut Huskies, playing cornerback and safety for the Huskies. With 51 tackles in his rookie season, he was ranked sixth on the team,
He also had one fumble recovery and two interceptions. After recovering a fumble against South Florida, he scored the game-winning touchdown.
How Much Does Byron Jones Make?
Byron Philip, a cornerback who plays in the American football league, is about to begin the third year of his contract and is scheduled to earn a basic salary of $14,375,000 in 2022.