Jonathan Casillas

#52LB,
Solo
59
Sack
1.5
Int
0
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 227
Born:
College: Wisconsin
Birth Place: New Brunswick, New Jersey
Draft: Undrafted
  • Former Giants linebacker shot and killed in Reno
    Giants Wire

    Former Giants linebacker shot and killed in Reno

    Former New York Giants linebacker Ryan Jones was shot and killed on Sunday evening in Reno, Nevada, per the Reno Gazette-Journal. It was reported that Jones was one of three men shot and that he died at the scene. The Reno Gazette-Journal didn’t get a comment from the police as there is still an “ongoing investigation but it was confirmed that Jones, who signed a contract with the Giants in 2015, died. Per The Reno Gazette-Journal: Ryan Jones, a Hug High alumni who signed contracts with two NFL teams, was shot and killed Sunday evening, his former high school coach and the Washoe County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed Tuesday. He was 26. About 8:20 p.m. Sunday, officers were called to the

  • Eli Manning's memorabilia trial delayed indefinitely
    USA Today

    Eli Manning's memorabilia trial delayed indefinitely

    A trial that was scheduled to start in September accusing New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning of knowingly trying to pass off memorabilia as game-used has been delayed indefinitely, reports Newsday.

  • Fox News

    Former NFL linebacker and aspiring MMA fighter Ryan Jones shot and killed

    Former NFL linebacker Ryan Jones is being mourned by friends and family after he was shot and killed in a Nevada apartment last weekend. He was 26. The Reno Police DepartmentidentifiedJones as the victim of Sunday's fatal shooting, which still is being investigated. Two other men were shot but both are expected to recover. Jones was the first Montana Tech football player to sign an NFL contract when he joinedthe Baltimore Ravens as a free agent in 2014; he also had a stint with the New York Giants. He was the perfect example and perfect role model for kids who thought it was Division I or bust," Rollins Stallworth, Jones' high school coach, told the Reno Gazette-Journal. "He showed that if you