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Cardale Jones Hints At His Future In Tweet

The former Ohio State quarterback might be starting next year.

The Buffalo Bills are reportedly considering starting Cardale Jones at quarterback next season.

From the Buffalo News:

When all is said and done, the Bills could very well determine their best move is to swallow hard and stroke the check for Taylor. Otherwise, they might be inclined to follow through with a plan that is thought to be appealing to at least one member of their hierarchy, General Manager Doug Whaley, and that is going with Cardale Jones as the starter.

Jones, last year's fourth-round pick from Ohio State, has plenty of talent, but only time will tell whether he has acquired much-needed maturity to understand the amount of time and effort it takes to prepare to play his best.

Jones appears to be OK with this idea.

Jones completed 6 of 11 passes for 96 yards as a rookie.