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Nate Jones was born on 15 June, 1982 in Newark, New Jersey, United States, is a Player of American football. At 38 years old, Nate Jones height is 5 ft 10 in (178.0 cm).

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Age 38 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 15 June 1982
Birthday 15 June
Birthplace Newark, New Jersey, United States
Nationality United States

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Weight 84 kg
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Nate Jones Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Nate Jones worth at the age of 38 years old? Nate Jones’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from United States. We have estimated Nate Jones's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Jones was one of eight Division I-A members named to College Football’s 2003 National Scholar-Athlete Class by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame.


Jones has been a football official since at least 2013, working in the Pac-12 Conference. In 2019, Jones was also an official in the Alliance of American Football, working as a side judge on the crew led by referee Brandon Cruse.


On September 20, 2011, Jones was signed by the Miami Dolphins. He was cut on October 5.

On November 30, 2011, Jones was signed by the New England Patriots and played in five games. He wasn't re-signed at the end of the season.


On March 5, 2010, Jones signed with the Denver Broncos as an unrestricted free agent. He recorded 57 tackles while being used as a safety and nickel cornerback. He was released on August 29, 2011.


In 2009, he saw action in 16 games (5 starts), registering 35 tackles, 2 interceptions, 10 passes defensed, 2 forced fumbles and one sack (tying for fifth in Dolphins history in career sacks by a defensive back). He also led the team with 19 special teams tackles (10th in the NFL).


On March 14, 2008, Jones signed a two-year contract as a free agent with the Miami Dolphins. The move reunited him with various coaches and front office personnel from his time with the Cowboys, including head coach Tony Sparano. He played in 16 games (1 start), finishing with 15 tackles (13 solo), one interception and 9 special teams tackles (tied for fifth on the team). His 3 sacks tied the NFL lead for a cornerback and the franchise single-season record for defensive backs.


In 2007, Jones appeared in 15 regular season games as a backup, and was inactive for one game. On defense, he posted 17 tackles, one sack and 2 forced fumbles. On special teams, he recorded 8 tackles and 6 kickoff returns averaging 20.3 yards. He had 2 special teams tackles in each of the first two games; against the eventual Super Bowl XLII champion New York Giants and on the road against his future team the Miami Dolphins. He was waived September 18. He was re-signed one day later after the team placed Tank Johnson on the reserved/suspended list. Jones had his best game of the season against the undefeated New England Patriots, on defense, he registered 7 tackles, one sack, 2 forced fumbles and 2 special teams tackles. His two-yard sack of Tom Brady, was the second of his career and the first since his rookie season. He also appeared in Divisional Playoff game against the New York Giants when he had one kickoff return for 21 yards and a tackle on special teams.

In 2007, Jones was developing a sitcom called Jock Itch, which was a sports version of the television show, Friends. He was the executive producer, working closely with Andre Barnwell, a producer, director and writer for such television shows as Comic View, BET Live and Steve Harvey’s Big Time Challenge, as well as the movie The Way We Do It.


In 2006, Jones appeared in four regular season games as a backup. He was inactive for each of the first 12 games of the season. He registered 8 tackles on defense and 3 more on special teams. He made 4 tackles on defense and one on special teams in the season finale against the Detroit Lions. He also had one kickoff return for 13 yards in the game. He played in the Cowboys' wildcard playoff game in Seattle (famous for Tony Romo's botched snap on a field goal attempt) and was credited with one special teams tackle.


In 2005, Jones played in all 16 games as a backup. He made 2 tackles on defense and 13 on special teams (second on the team). He had a season-high three special teams tackles against the Philadelphia Eagles.

During the 2005 offseason, Jones worked in financial management with Merrill Lynch. During the 2006 offseason he took classes at the Harvard Business School as part of the NFL’s Business Management and Entrepreneurial Program.


Jones was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the seventh round (205th overall) of the 2004 NFL Draft. As a rookie, Jones played in all 16 games with one start. He recorded 31 tackles and a sack. On special teams, he had a pair of tackles while also returning two kickoffs averaging 21.5-yard average. He had four tackles in games against the Cleveland Browns, the Detroit Lions, the Chicago Bears and at the Seattle Seahawks. Against the Lions, Jones recorded the first sack of his NFL career when he sacked Joey Harrington for a 10-yard loss. The first start of his professional career came against the Philadelphia Eagles when the Cowboys opened in nickel package.


As a junior, he became a starter and was named the Big East Conference co-Special Teams Player of the Year, when he had a pair of 100-yard kickoff returns, including one at Syracuse University and another at the University of Tennessee. Against Syracuse, he also blocked a field goal attempt that was returned 90 yards for a touchdown. Jones was sixth in the nation in 2002 with a 28.3-yard average on 26 kickoff returns, while also blocking two kicks. In addition, he recorded 84 tackles (career-high), 2 interceptions and 7 passes defended. He joined Nate Terry (1997) as the only players in the conference's history to have two 100-yard kickoff returns for touchdowns in a single-season.


He finished his career with 219 tackles, 5 interceptions, 18 passes defensed, 2 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries and 3 blocked kicks. He returned 82 kickoffs for 1,902 yards (second in school history), a 23.2-yard average with 3 touchdowns. In 2001, he also lettered in track as a sprinter, running the 100 metres in 10.8 seconds. He graduated with a degree in finance.


Jones graduated in 2000 from Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School, where he played running back and defensive back. As a senior, he was a first-team All-state selection and the Offensive Player of the Year in Union County, after recording 2,474 rushing yards, 33 rushing touchdowns, 10 receptions, 227 receiving yards and 3 receiving touchdowns.


Nathan Jones (born June 15, 1982) is a former American football cornerback in the National Football League for the Dallas Cowboys, Miami Dolphins, Denver Broncos and New England Patriots. He was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in seventh round of the 2004 NFL Draft. He played college football at Rutgers University.