Chiefs' $80 Million Star Suggestions This could be his last season in Kansas City.

Chris Jones discussed his future with the Kansas City Chiefs (8-3) before of their Sunday Night Football clash against the Green Bay Packers (5-6).

The veteran defensive tackle indicated a desire to stay with the Chiefs during an appearance on "Gets It" with NBC Sports' Michael Smith, but stated the final choice is out of his hands.

Jones, who is in the final year of his $80 million contract, refused to go to training camp without an improvement. Jones agreed to a one-year, 

$19.5 million contract with the Chiefs after sitting out the entire offseason and the season opener. According to NFL.com's Kevin Patra, 

the agreement is loaded with incentives and may be worth up to $25 million."I never really take it personal, man," Jones said of contract negotiations.

 "The business element of it is the business aspect of it, dude. It's a difficult business. It's a competitive profession, and you can't let your emotions get in the way.

 If we're being honest, this could be my final season with the Chiefs.""Am I going to despise the Chiefs for it?" Am I going to blame the Chiefs? 

No, I mean, I understand the business side of things. thus I can respect facts, thus I never put my feelings into the business side of things."

9 Nail trends that are set to dominate in 2024