The Buffalo Bills announced Tuesday that they’ve have signed fourth-round QB Cardale Jones to a four-year agreement.
The Bills have now officially locked up their entire 2016 draft class following this move.
Jones, 23, was selected with the No. 139 overall pick by the Bills a few weeks ago. Interestingly enough, Jones happens to be the only quarterback under contract beyond the 2016 season, even though Buffalo has shown some interest in possibly signing Tyrod Taylor to a contract extension.
Either way, Jones will be an intriguing player to watch for the Bills during the preseason.
According to OverTheCap.com, Jones receives a four-year contract worth $2,453,388 to go along with a signing bonus of $383,388.
During his three years at Ohio State, Jones threw for 2,322 yards while completing 61.7 percent of his passes to go along with 15 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also led Ohio State to a National Championship in 2014.