Fourth Round draft pick Cardale Jones' time in Buffalo is over.  According to The Buffalo Bills, the club has traded the former Ohio State Buckeye to the Los Angeles Chargers for a conditional pick.

The Jones pick came during Doug Whaley's time as GM with the Bills but he never really saw any measurable play time on the field.

Even at Ohio State, he was originally listed as the third quarterback on the depth chart before injuries to Braxton Miller and J.T. Barrett forced him into the starting role for the Big Ten Championship game - a game that he was named as the MVP of after a 59-0 rout of the Wisconsin Badgers.

People began to speculate about Jones' future with the Bills after they signed T.J. Yates in free agency and picked up QB Nathan Peterman in the fifth round of the 2017 draft.

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