The Raiders star's odd social media conduct and allegations led to Chandler Jones' arrest in Las Vegas on Thursday night.
Two counts of breaking a domestic violence protective order led to the Las Vegas defensive end's arrest and booking into the Clark County Detention Center.
The Super Bowl winner went on social media on Thursday, sobbing on a livestream and falsely accusing Josh McDaniels
the Raiders' head coach and a former offensive coordinator for the Patriots, of being responsible for Aaron Hernandez's death.
Hernandez committed suicide on April 19, 2017, while incarcerated.
The accusation came after Jones tweeted he was forced into a mental hospital and injected with medication he did not want to take.
The Raiders expressed their wish that Chandler Jones obtain the treatment he requires in a statement. We are thinking of him, his family, and everyone involved.
When asked for an update on Jones at his Friday availability, McDaniels declined to speak, claiming he "wasn't up to speed on everything.
McDaniels remarked of his teammates, "I love them all. "I believe we do. All of our players, ex players, etc. deserve nothing less from us. So, that won't alter at all.
So, just kind of take it as it comes here as we’re going through this, and we continue to try to do the best we can. Like I said, there’s not much we can do other than that.