Watch: Jonathan Jones Delivers Important Message To Fans During Patriots Practice

Cornerback Jonathan Jones is ready for the challenging season, and he has delivered a strong message following his most recent Patriots practice. The cornerback has made a name for himself during the 2018 AFC Championship Game. It was a road game against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Patriots had a shocking early lead and then struggled against Patrick Mahomes. New England won the game in overtime and made the Super Bowl. That’s how they won the sixth Lombardi Trophy.

Jones is willing to repeat the same game. He will need help from his teammates and fans. Hopefully, his message will be heard. The cornerback delivered a short message for his fans and didn’t miss the chance to say he misses the crowd.

“Jonathan Jones here, just finished practice, had a good day. We missed the fans,” the cornerback said in the video the Patriots shared. “We know you guys are still supporting us at home. Go Pats!”

Jonathan Jones joins the Patriots for practice and he is brilliant

Jones was brilliant in the AFC Championship game. Stephon Gilmore took care of Sammy Watkins. Jones had to shadow Tyreek Hill. Yes, the Chiefs’ best receiver. Jason McCourty didn’t get the tough assignment.

“The Cheetah” is regarded as one of the fastest players in the league these days. Well, we know a lot of people who will agree that he is the fastest. Jones had the speed and skills to keep up with Hill and hold him in check. Mahomes targeted Hill just three times in the loss.

We have to mention that Jones has had many brilliant performances. He knows how to shut down Hill, and head coach Bill Belichick likes that a lot.

Jones is an undrafted star in Belichick’s story. Belichick discovered his talent after all 32 teams passed on Jones in all seven rounds of the 2016 NFL Draft. Jones has had an important game, and he has become a key contributor for the Patriots.

From what we can see, the talented cornerback is ready to help the Patriots move on without Tom Brady and win his title.