Since retiring from the Chiefs last season, Jones turned his attention to letting people know that life after football also has risks.
He's hopeful that the NFL will create new ways to make the sport safer, but, he said, "Football is football, it's a gladiator sport. Unfortunately, that's part of the game."
Jones said he is creating his documentary series to give viewers an insider look at NFL players' lives without the helmet. In one scene, former NFL defensive end Adewale Ogunleye laments about his memory loss.
"I know my memory's screwed up at times, I know I be forgetting things," Ogunleye says. "I kind of laugh it off now, but ... I hope these concussions don't come back to haunt us in the end."
Through this documentary, Jones hopes he can shed light on the human side of professional football.
"Even though we can do superhuman things, it seems, on the football field, it doesn't make us superhuman off the field," he said.