FOXBORO — Based on feedback from Patriots longtime defensive finish Deatrich Wise, gamers had been in the dead of night over the reason for Jack Jones’ launch Monday.
Wise, a defensive captain, spoke to reporters within the locker room on Tuesday and was requested for his response to Bill Belichick’s resolution to waive Jones.
“That was something that I saw later on last night,” Wise mentioned. “That was one of those things that I was kind of hurt by it. That’s my guy. I always root for him. I always will root for him, and I’ll continue to root for him. I pray that he continues to have a great NFL season somewhere or career somewhere.”
Jones missed curfew earlier than the Patriots’ Week 9 loss to the Commanders and was benched for the primary quarter of that recreation. He was given a chance to enhance his angle final week through the Patriots’ journey to Germany to play the Colts and didn’t, per a supply. Jones was benched once more for the primary quarter and performed simply 10 snaps.
“We all felt for Jack,” Wise mentioned. “We don’t really know all the ins and outs of what happened. We just know that he got released, and we all felt for him. So, we all gave him texts and calls and tell him that we’re thinking of him and wishing him the best.”
Wise was knowledgeable that Jones missed curfew.
“Since you brought that up, one thing we all talk about is accountability, and we always hold everybody to higher standards,” Wise mentioned. “I don’t really know all the ins and outs. This is my first time hearing it. I don’t really know. I’m not speaking on that. I’m speaking of, when you come into this locker room, we’re a family. We hold everybody to a high standard. We hold everybody near and dear to our hearts, and we don’t really wish ill on anybody.”
Head coach Bill Belichick mentioned Tuesday morning that if Jones clears waivers, the crew won’t deliver him again to the observe squad.