NFL Draft 2016: Cardale Jones to meet with Cardinals, Chargers

Had former Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones decided to come out of college after the 2014 season, he likely would have been a first-round pick. Now, he will likely end up in the third- or fourth-round, but still has a chance to be a starting player at the next level.

NFL.com’s Chase Goodbread reported that Jones is scheduled to meet with the Arizona Cardinals and San Diego Chargers in the coming days.

He also reported that the two teams would meet with Ted Ginn Sr., Jones’s mentor and high school coach, in the next few days as well. This could be a big deal for Jones as he looks to find himself a job in the NFL.

During his career at Ohio State, Cardale Jones started ten career games and threw for over 2,300 yards and 15 touchdowns. He also rushed for over 600 yards and four touchdowns.

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