Since Ronald Jones II hasn't received a handoff from Patrick Mahomes this entire season, he now wants out of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Jones spent his first three seasons in the NFL with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before agreeing to a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the Kansas City Chiefs this past offseason.
With Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Isiah Pacheco, and Jerick McKinnon all ahead of him on the depth chart, he hasn't yet played a down in Kansas City.
In the early going of his NFL career, Jones has generally disappointed. In 2018, Tampa Bay selected him in the second round, but at the end of his NFL career,
he was having difficulties coughing up the ball. He did, however, have some success with the Buccaneers during their Super Bowl season, rushing for 978 yards and seven touchdowns on 192 runs.
As the lead back for the Bucs, Leonard Fournette finally took his place. He only managed to rack up 428 rushing yards during his one further season with Tampa Bay.