Chiefs’ Chris Jones summons out of the NFL for fourth-quarter fine for colts


Kansas City Chiefs deal with Chris Jones

Late in the fourth quarter of the Kansas City Chiefs’ 20-17 loss to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 3, Colts quarterback Matt Ryan was sacked by Chiefs quarterback Nick Bolton at 3 and 6 in Indianapolis Territory. The play was huge for the Chiefs, as they were leading 17-13 at that point in the game and were getting the ball back with about 4:30 left.

However, a penalty flag was cast after the play ended.

The penalty was for unsportsmanlike behavior against Kansas City’s defensive tackle Chris Jones. A video review showed that the flag was thrown after Jones exchanged words with Ryan after the play. The result was a 15-yard penalty, and most importantly, a first-time automatic shot for the Colts

The Colts finished that 76-yard drive in 16 plays and headed down a touchdown pass from Ryan to rising tight end Gilani Woods, which was their second touch of the day.

After the match, Jones shared his thoughts on the penalty kick.

“I was frustrated that you called me,” Jones said during his press conference, “I don’t think I said anything horrible, but the official called him, and I can’t take it back.” So, I should do a better job playing the game and not saying anything, obviously.”

Jones takes the goal in the NFL for a penalty

In the lead-up to Sunday’s Week 4 football game in Kansas City against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Jones took aim at the NFL when asked about the penalty kick again.

“I think it’s important to the game that the players know what we can and can’t say,” Jones told Sports Radio 810 on September 29. “I don’t think I violated Rule 12, Section 3, Article 1(c)” to my understanding, but I believe that It is important that as players, we know what is allowed, what can be said and what cannot be said on the field. If not, a lot of these signs are likely to occur.”

Article 12, Section 3, Article 1(c) in Official rules of the game of the NFL states “the use of acts of solicitation or mockery of words which may generate bad faith between teams.”

“I still don’t have the clarity,” Jones explained. “I’m sure the league will take a look at it. Hopefully they’ll have the audio for that so they can explain it to the fans. But I went ahead, got past it. Don’t worry about that, we have the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to go with.

“Our job, my job now, is to get everyone to turn themselves in,” Jones continued. “We missed it, this is a game we can learn from [that] We didn’t win, and most importantly, we gave our best to make sure we prepared for the Tampa Bay Pirates and Tom Brady.”

Jones in the possible mockery of Tom Brady

After receiving a costly penalty during Kansas City’s first loss of the season, Jones was asked if he intended to say anything to Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady during next Sunday’s prime.

“I wouldn’t trade anything with Tom,” Jones said. “I don’t get any flags, okay? I don’t know what’s allowed and what’s not, so I don’t say anything. Listen, it’s going to be an obvious game. I’m not saying anything.”

As of Wednesday, September 28, boss heads Andy Reed He said he has not received any further details regarding Jones’ punishment from the NFL yet. on Monday, Red said The Chiefs will receive a penalty report from the NFL after the league receives a report from officials.


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