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Chris Jones Chris Jones was claimed on waivers by the Patriots on September 12, 2013.
March 7, 2015 update Chris Jones has done enough to earn the Proven Performance Escalator in 2016. An eligible player will qualify for the Proven Performance Escalator in his fourth League Year if: (1) he participated in a minimum of 35% of his Club's offensive or defensive plays in any two of his previous three regular seasons; or (2) he participated in a "cumulative average" of at least 35% of his Club's offensive or defensive plays over his previous three regular seasons. Since Chris Jones played in 46% of the defensive snaps in 2014 and in 67.9% of the defensive snaps in 2013 he will qualify for the Proven Performance Escalator in 2016.
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