Jaquan Brisker definitely wasn’t surprised to find out Mac Jones might have issued a cheap shot Sunday afternoon.

Brisker’s name might not immediately ring a bell, as he’s an unheralded safety who plays for the lowly Chicago Bears. But the 2022 second-round pick is part of the reason why many within the football community believe the Patriots quarterback is a dirty player.

In last season’s Chicago-New England Week 7 matchup at Gillette Stadium, Brisker was on the wrong end of two eyebrow-raising slides from Jones. Brisker took a shot to the groin on one of those slides, which led to the 24-year-old calling Jones “pretty dirty.”

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So when Sauce Gardner accused New England’s signal-caller of hitting him with a low blow last weekend at MetLife Stadium, Brisker thought it was par for the course for Jones.

“Nothing new,” Brisker replied to a video Gardner posted of the incident in the Meadowlands.

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The NFL reportedly is looking into Gardner’s claim. But if Jones is to be punished by the league, he apparently is more likely to receive a fine than a suspension.

As such, Jones should be on the AT&T Stadium field this Sunday when the Patriots visit the Dallas Cowboys for a Week 4 showdown.

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