Former Patriots pass rusher Chandler Jones reportedly requests trade amid contract dispute

Former Patriots pass rusher Chandler Jones reportedly requests trade

Morning Sports Update Jones has been one of the league’s most prolific pass rushers since being traded from New England in 2016. Chandler Jones during the 2019 season. AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin, File

The Boston Renegades won a third consecutive Women’s Football Alliance championship over the weekend, defeating the Minnesota Vixen 42-26 in the title game. WFA MVP Allison Cahill threw for three touchdowns and added another on the ground to help clinch the Boston three-peat.

The Red Sox rallied to defeat the Yankees 5-4 on Sunday, taking three of four from New York in the weekend series.

And the Revolution notched a third win in a week, beating Montreal at Gillette Stadium on Sunday night, 2-1.

Also from the weekend:

  • The 2020 Tokyo Olympics are in full swing. The U.S. team has already won 14 medals, including seven golds.
  • U.S. men’s soccer advanced to the semifinal of the Gold Cup by defeating Jamaica on Sunday, 1-0. Revolution goalkeeper Matt Turner started for the U.S., making several important saves in a narrow victory:

Chandler Jones wants out of Arizona: Former Patriots pass rusher Chandler Jones has reportedly requested a trade away from the Cardinals.


Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reported that Jones, 31, is “unhappy with his contract,” set to be $15.5 million in 2021. It is the final year of his current deal.

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