Cardale Jones limited in practice following ER trip

Late Wednesday night, Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Cardale Jones was admitted to the emergency room due to pain from a migraine. The good news, however, is that the issue did not appear to be severe and Jones’ mother, along with Ohio State, have said that the signal-caller is doing fine.

On Thursday morning, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer said that Jones will return to practice but he will be limited.

Meyer said Cardale Jones will be limited in practice today, but will practice after being hospitalized last night with a migraine

— James Grega Jr. (@JGrega11) September 3, 2015

Urban Meyer said Cardale Jones was an "8" out of 10 on the pain scale with his migraines. Said he's fine now, will be limited in practice.

— Austin Ward (@AWardSports) September 3, 2015

It is great to see Jones is doing fine.

Whether this minor health setback ultimately impacts Jones’ playing time in the season opener against the Virginia Tech Hokies in Blacksburg remains to be seen, but you can guarantee he will be fighting to see the field in hopes of staking his claim to the starting job.

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