It's official. With the final signing, the Buffalo Bills now have their entire 2016 NFL draft class under contract.
The team announced Tuesday afternoon that fourth-round quarterback Cardale Jones has signed his rookie contract, which marks the last of the seven players to ink his initial deal. It's a four-year contract for Jones, who is the developmental signal caller out of Ohio State.
Jones is in town for the third week of Organized Team Activities, and projects as the third-string quarterback for the team in 2016.