Raiders’ Chandler Jones posts dozens of tweets slamming team AGAIN… saying coach Josh McDaniels should be fired – and that he’s being paid $1m a game to watch from his couch because he ‘has too much knowledge’
- The 33-year-old defender is currently out due to a non-football illness
- Jones recently claimed that he had been involuntarily institutionalized, albeit for a short time
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Sidelined Las Vegas Raiders star Chandler Jones spent Thursday morning on a bizarre tirade on social media, demanding coach Josh McDaniels be fired while claiming he would be paid $1 million per game to stay away from the team because he has ‘too much knowledge’.
Jones then described himself as a “messenger” who is “protected by the Navy Seals and USMC.”
The 33-year-old defensive player is currently out of action due to a non-football illness and there are questions surrounding his mental health.
He recently accused Raiders owner Mark Davis of protecting someone who was reportedly his goddaughter: “I wish I could play with my brothers, but Marky Mark has a big secret that only I know!”
Eventually, Jones backtracked and said his phone had been hacked, but has since claimed he was involuntarily taken to a mental health hospital by the Las Vegas Fire Department last week.
Raiders star Chandler Jones spent Thursday morning on a bizarre rant on social media
In addition to many religious references, Jones also said his dog has cancer
In an alarming social media post on Monday night, Jones said he was given an injection against his will and forced to sleep on the floor.
“My fans and friends were wondering: my first day out, I was taken in against my will by the Las Vegas Fire Department last week,” he wrote.
‘I got an injection with I don’t know what. They say it was a court order and the Las Vegas police put me on it. I had done nothing wrong. The police said people were worried about me because of my posts online.
‘I opened my front door and there was a group of five to seven people waiting to put me into an ambulance, where I later got an injection. I asked them not to do that. I had no cell phone and no communication. I was taken to Southern Hills Hospital and then transferred to Seven Hills where they tried to force me to take medications and injections.