New England Patriots Quarterback Mac Jones Gifts Bitcoin to Entire Offensive Line
This season, Mac Jones seems to be in the front in the contest to be named the NFL Rookie of the Year (2021). Jones, on the other hand, might have won the title for “best buddy of 2021” if there had been such a thing. This past Saturday, the New England Patriots quarterback surprised the whole offensive line with Bitcoin, which was a wonderful Christmas gift.
The rookie quarterback, who is in a roll recently claimed that he was proactively researching about Bitcoin prior to making a big show of support on Christmas Day. According to media outlet Bitcoin Magazine, the New England Patriots quarterback stated, “I’ve been researching BTC for some time now. I simply realized I had to gift Bitcoin to my colleagues in 2021,” says the author. “Consequently, I contacted Bitcoin Magazine and requested assistance in determining how to present Bitcoin as a surprise gift.”
Together with Alabama alumnus David Bailey, CEO of Bitcoin Magazine, Mac Jones delighted the team’s total offensive line with a Bitcoin Magazine hardcopy membership and tickets to the biggest Bitcoin program in history, the Bitcoin 2022 conference. In addition to acknowledging the upward trajectory in Bitcoin, Bailey was overjoyed by Jones’ choice to join in crypto assets trading.
“When Mac informed us that he intended to disperse the Bitcoin fortune for Christmas, we leaped at the chance to assist him.” said the CEO.
Our goal is to establish Bitcoin as the unilateral currency of the world, which includes incorporating it into mainstream culture as much as possible. Despite the fact that Bitcoin is for anyone, “the courageous, positive, and progressive-thinking individuals who envision the destiny are the individuals who are embracing Bitcoin and spreading this essential information,” Bailey said.
Because of Jones’ extraordinary effort, he became the first NFL quarterback to give Bitcoin as portion of a Christmas tradition in which quarterbacks express gratitude to their colleagues for all the strikes and sprints they perform on the pitch, according to ESPN.
As per the magazine, David Andrews, Trent Brown, Yodny Cajuste, Yasir Durant, James Ferentz, Justin Herron, Ted Karras, Shaq Mason, Mike Onwenu, Alex Redmond, Will Sherman, and Isaiah Wynn are among the athletes on Jones’ holiday wish list. Jones’ remarkable move took left guard Ted Karras completely off guard, according to him.
Patriots QB Mac Jones is giving his entire offensive line Bitcoin for Christmas this year.
“I’ve been studying Bitcoin for a while now…I just knew I had to give some Bitcoin to my teammates.”
What a legend.
— Joe Pompliano (@JoePompliano) December 25, 2021
“He performed a fantastic job,” Karras remarked of his colleague. “We’ve brought a substantial amount of cargo here though. I’ll allow him describe whatever he received, but it’s a diverse collection of objects, each one more interesting than the last. It’s among the most sincere attempts we’ve seen, particularly from a rookie, to express gratitude and greet us a happy holiday season. This Christmas season, I’m grateful to him and grateful to have the opportunity to work beside him.”
Santa Mac delivered gifts to the offensive line today … and Ted Karras shares how it went down. pic.twitter.com/tZVPCLNxDy
— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) December 24, 2021
Jones has already followed a lengthy list of NFL players, including Odell Beckham Jr., Saquon Barkley, Aaron Rodgers, and the current Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady, who perhaps possess Bitcoin or get their pay in crypto as a result of their decision.
Jones, on the other hand, is enjoying an outstanding debut season with the Patriots, compiling 3,168 yards, 18 touchdowns, and ten interceptions. This season, Bill Belichick’s team has gone 9-5 and is now in top place in the AFC East. In Week 16, the Patriots are scheduled to host the Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium on Sunday afternoon.