Cardale Jones lands on Seattle practice squad

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He’s not going to the XFL, at least not yet.

Quarterback Cardale Jones joined the Seattle practice squad on Saturday, according to the NFL’s transaction report.

Jones, a fourth-round pick of the Bills in 2016, was released last week by the Chargers. He went unclaimed on waivers, and it took him a while to land on a practice squad.

The Seahawks also released tackle Elijah Nkansah from the practice squad.

Jones has one regular-season appearance during his NFL career, completing six of 11 passes for 96 yards and one interception.

9 responses to “Cardale Jones lands on Seattle practice squad

  1. I’ll always love Jones for winning that title. Hopefully he can catch on somewhere. Dude has a cannon, maybe he needs to study his play book more

  2. I watched him in the preseason game against the Niners, and thought he looked pretty good. Of course it was just a preseason game, but as a Niners’ fan watching the game, he definitely caught my attention with how good he played. I’m surprised it took this long for another team to pick him up, but the Hawks org is one where he may do well at. Learning under Wilson should serve him well.

  3. John Schneider is making some nice moves the last couple of years. There is some young potential developing in the practice squaud – Jazz Ferguson was a preseason favorite and I thought Jones had the arm talent to make in the NFL.

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