Bills trade Jones to Chargers for pick

Posted July 28, 2017

The Buffalo Bills announced Wednesday they traded quarterback Cardale Jones to the Los Angeles Chargers for a conditional draft pick. However, it's probably more complicated than it seems.

The coach noted that Jones made multiple trips to his home in Northeast Ohio for personal matters, and at one point urged him to pay attention to the hard work that Taylor and former Bills backup EJ Manuel put into their preparation. The Chargers are looking for a mobile, athletic third-string quarterback behind Philip Rivers and Kellen Clemens, who has been Rivers' backup for three seasons. It seems pretty amicable.

Buffalo selected Jones 139th overall in the fourth round of last year's draft, just four picks after the Dallas Cowboys took Dak Prescott.

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Jones got his only pro playing time in Buffalo's season finale, this past January at the New York Jets, when he relieved an bad EJ Manuel in the second half and completed 6-of-11 throws.

Jones was a 2016 fourth-round pick who's remembered as the No. 3 QB that helped lead Ohio State to a National Championship in 2015.

Although Jones had strong support from former Bills General Manager Doug Whaley, at least one former assistant coach on the team was known to have had major questions about Jones' maturity and dedication. Even then, he was only able to complete 6 of his 11 passes for 96 yards and no touchdowns. Jones was notably underutilized during team activities and minicamp in Buffalo.

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For the Bills, Jones became expendable after they signed veteran T.J. Yates and drafted fifth-rounder Nathan Peterman in April.

The Bills were coached in that game by Anthony Lynn, now the Chargers coach.

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