Amos Jones is a professional football player who plays Special teams coordinator for the Cleveland Browns. Jones was born on December 31, 1959, in Tallahassee, Florida. This page looks closely at Amos Jones’s net worth.
In high school, Amos Jones played football for Carrollton (AL) Pickens. Jones played college football on the Alabama Crimson Tide football team.
Some of the highlights of Amos Jones’s career include: Super Bowl champion, 2×, AFC Championship, 2× NCAA Division I FBS National Football Championship, and 2× Southeastern Conference champion.
Jones has coached for the Alabama Crimson Tide football as Graduate assistant, Temple Owls football as Tight ends coach, Temple Owls football as Defensive line coach, Shades Valley High School as Assistant coach, Alabama Crimson Tide football as Special teams coordinator, Pittsburgh Panthers football as Kicking game coach, Eau Gallie High School as Assistant coach, Tulane Green Wave football as Linebackers coach, BC Lions as Assistant coach, East St. John High School as Assistant coach, Cincinnati Bearcats football as Running backs coach and special teams coach, James Madison Dukes football as Tight ends coach and special teams coach, Mississippi State Bulldogs football as Special teams coordinator and linebackers coach, Mississippi State Bulldogs football as Outside linebackers coach, Pittsburgh Steelers as Assistant, Pittsburgh Steelers as Special teams coordinator, Arizona Cardinals as Special teams coordinator, and Cleveland Browns as Special teams coordinator.
NFL player salaries range greatly. At the low end, NFL rookies make $400,000-$600,000 per year. At the top end, stars can bring in $50 million or more. The NFL salary cap is approximately $170 million.
So what is NFL football player Amos Jones’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Amos Jones’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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