Patriots’ Mac Jones Celebrates His 25th Birthday Ahead Of The Season Opener
All eyes on Mac Jones. The New England Patriots quarterback has a big week ahead of him. Today, he celebrates one quarter of a century on this earth. And Sunday he celebrates starting a new season with the Patriots. The season starts in Foxboro this Sunday, September 9 at Gillette Stadium. And #10 will take the field as the starting QB. Sending best wishes for the Patriots’ Mac Jones as he celebrates his 25th birthday ahead of the season opener!
Happy birthday Mac! Michael McCorkle Jones was born September 5, 1998 in Jacksonville, Florida. He’s not the only athlete in the family! According to Wikipedia, Mac’s dad, Gordon, played tennis at Florida State University and Flagler College. Meanwhile, Mac’s brother, Will, played soccer at Mercer University and his sister, Sarah Jane, played tennis for the College of Charleston. Here’s a fun fact. Did you know, Mac worked as a child model and actor? He even made appearances in commercials. And here’s your proof!
More from child model, Mac Jones.— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) November 16, 2021
He went to a "modelling" camp when he was young. pic.twitter.com/XjsoWutTo3
But today we celebrate Mac the quarterback, on this his 25th birthday! The former Alabama Crimson Tide QB was one of the top quarterback prospects of the 2021 NFL Draft. He was eventually selected 15th overall by the New England Patriots. Jones was “the last of five quarterbacks, and the fourth of six Alabama players taken in the first round. Jones was also the first quarterback drafted in the first round by the Patriots since Drew Bledsoe in 1993 (Wikipedia). Mac signed his 4 year rookie contract, reportedly worth $15.6 million, on July 6, 2021.
A toast to Patriots’ Mac Jones as he celebrates his 25th birthday ahead of the Season opener this Sunday, where Tom Brady will be honored for all his accomplishments with New England. No pressure, though, Mac. Enjoy your day. Meanwhile, enjoy checking out some famous New England Patriots fans here: