Jones was listed as an inmate at the Clark County Detention Center as of late Friday morning. He allegedly violated a domestic violence temporary protective order and was being held on $15,000 bail, according to jail records. Jones posted bond later Friday and is due back in court Dec. 4, according to Clark County court records.
The Raiders released a statement on social media Friday, saying the team is "hopeful that Chandler Jones receives the care that he needs. He, his family, and all those involved are in our thoughts." The team noted that it would not comment further, as Jones' situation has become a legal matter.
"We have been closely monitoring developments and have been in constant communication with the Raiders," NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said in a statement.
Attorney Peter Christiansen in Las Vegas said he represents Jones but declined to comment about the arrest.
Jones, 33, has not played this season and has been away from the Raiders since Labor Day weekend, when he made a series of social media posts aimed at the team, owner Mark Davis, general manager Dave Ziegler and coach Josh McDaniels. The Raiders placed Jones on the non-football illness list Sept. 20.
Jones wrote on social media Monday night that he was taken to a hospital "against my will" last week by the Las Vegas Fire Department and later transferred to a behavioral health facility.
He also made numerous posts on social media Thursday, including multiple live videos in which he could be seen rambling about numerous topics while sitting outside his home.
"I'm going to stay with where I'm at," McDaniels said Friday when asked about Jones' arrest. "I don't have much to add to any of that. Nothing's changed on our end in terms of what his status is and everything else. It is what it is."
McDaniels added that he cares for all his players and wants the best for them.
"That will never change," McDaniels said. "That part is going to be there now and forever for all the guys we've coached and got an opportunity to know and work with. So just kind of take it as it comes here as we're going through this and continue to try to do the best we can. Like I said, there's not much we can do other than that."
ESPN's Paul Gutierrez and The Associated Press contributed to this report.