We can officially stop talking about the Chandler Jones vs. Jon Jones mixed martial arts (MMA) fight.
That's because the star defensive end would likely lose his NFL contract, according to the New England Patriots Vice President of Media Relations, who insists the Super Bowl champs won't stop a potential charity fight between the two brothers.
But also tells TMZ that it won't come without a price.
"It's not a matter of if we'd allow Chandler to fight his brother. We can't stop the players from doing what they want. But he might be voiding his contract obligations to the team if he went out and did it. Without getting into a specific contract, there have to be clauses [in contracts] that protect the team ... restrictions of physical activity that would risk injury. Whether it be skiing, jumping out of a plane or riding a motorcycle without a helmet in a state that requires one. I think they're having fun, but do I think fighting is something they're actually serious about? No. They're brothers. They have a sibling rivalry. Take the Gronkowski brothers ... there's not a Gronk among them that would say Rob's better at anything."
He might be better at coaching MMA fighters (based on these moves).
With that said, I guess we won't have the opportunity to see if Chandler can make good on his promise to throw his brother to the ground in less than one round. Though I'd reckon "Bones" isn't really worried about that right now, considering he has bigger fish to fry.
Like this one.