Chandler Jones claims Raiders sent crisis response team to his home after expletive-filled social media posts.

Chandler Jones said Wednesday night that the Las Vegas Raiders sent a crisis response team to his home.

Hours after posting a since-deleted series of Instagram posts expressing his displeasure with the team and suggesting he no longer wanted to play for the  

Raiders, Jones uploaded another series about his circumstances. The messages featured a snapshot of a Las. 

Vegas Crisis Response Team badge and a dialogue with head coach Josh McDaniels.Jones' chat appears to be.  

From mid-August. Jones missed some training camp practice due to an injury.

Jones also released a video late Wednesday night laughing about the Raiders' attempts to "spook" him and. 

Saying he had additional photographs and texts.Most of these posts were deleted. 

The only ones on Jones' account are religious: A Wednesday afternoon Jones post and Bible repost.

McDaniels told reporters after Wednesday's practice that Jones wasn't with the team and that "it's a personal situation and a private matter." 

He did not say if Jones would play for the Raiders against the Broncos in Week 1. Jones signed a three-year, $51 million Raiders contract in 2022. He finished 15 games with 4.5 sacks and 15 quarterback hits.

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