Jones' Arrest Was For Alcohol
Jones is not allowed to drink alcohol as part of his treatment program that he agreed to after being arrested for possession of cocaine last July. He told the judge that he had some beers while golfing. The Jacksonville Times-Union reported that Jones' agreed to the jail sentence because it prevents him from having to go back into a drug rehab facility.
The jail time could lead to additional penalties from the NFL, which could make it a very expensive six pack for Jones, but he's likely to avoid any serious suspension from this incident, which is good news for Jones and the receiver-needy Jaguars.