Matt Jones makes his plea to the Judge Monday
It's Not Guilty.
The Former Arkansas Quarterback, who now plays Receiver for the Jacksonville Jaguars, pleaded Not Guilty to possession of a controlled substance at a court hearing in Fayetteville.
A first round Draft pick of the Jags in 2005, Jones was arrested July 10th when Police saw him in a car allegedly cutting up cocaine with a credit card.
If convicted, he faces 3-to-10 years in prison and the possibility of up to a $10-thousand dollar fine.
He now has a trial date of October 10th, 2-days before the Jaguars face Denver on the road.
Jacksonville open the season against the Tennessee Titans September first.