Chandler Jones, the Arizona Cardinals outside line breaker, had reported net worth of approximately $ 10 million, as per multiple websites. Chandler Jones made most of his fortune through his career earnings in the NFL. He is the younger brother of former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones and former NFL player Arthur Jones.
Chandler Jones was named one of the best defensive players of the year according to the 2012 NFL Draft, the annual meeting of the National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly admitted football players. After Chandler Jones was drafted by the New England Patriots, he signed a four-year contract with them. Chandler Jones has played for the New England Patriots (2012-2015) and Arizona Cardinals (2016-2020).
Is Chandler Jones richer than his older brother Jon Jones?
A 2020 report by Sports Bible estimated the net worth of Chandler Jones’ older brother Jon Jones at $ 10 million, making the siblings comparable in terms of income. However, Jon Jones’s monetary earnings are less significant compared to his competitive performances.
Regarded by many as the greatest mixed martial artist of all time, former UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones was one of the UFC’s best-selling pay-per-view stars along with Anderson Silva and Georges St-Pierre prior to Conor McGregor’s rise.
Bones holds the record for the most title fight wins (14) in the UFC. During his 11 year undefeated run with the organization, Jon Jones has defeated some of the best MMA fighters of all time, including Rashad Evans, Quinton Jackson, Daniel Cormier, Alexander Gustafsson and Vitor Belfort to name a few. Virtually unbeaten a professional MMA fighter, the only loss on Jon Jones’ record was inflicted by disqualification in a fight he won.
But Jon Jones isn’t going to be adding any serious cash to his net worth anytime soon, at least not from fighting in the UFC. After his public feud with the UFC over the fighters’ pay, Jon Jones recently hinted that he won’t be returning to the competition until 2022. His last fight was a controversial unanimous win over Dominick Reyes in February 2020. After that, Jones vacated the light heavyweight title and announced the decision to move up to the heavyweight division.