Cardale Jones is getting a fresh start in Los Angeles.
The Bills fourth-string quarterback was traded to the Chargers Wednesday in exchange for a conditional draft pick, the team announced.
According to ESPN.com, it will be a seventh-round pick.
“The request came last week and was made to Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert. Irving has expressed that he wants to go play in a situation where he can be a more focal point and no longer wants to play alongside LeBron James, sources said.”
Irving’s agent, Jeff Wechsler, did not confirm or deny the story.
If the former Duke guard were to be traded, he would be giving up his “supermax” option that he would be due once he got to free agency. He is locked up for three more years and due $60 million over that time.
Friday evening, Jordan Schultz of Yahoo Sports reported a source claims the Cavaliers and Knicks are in “serious talks” regarding a trade involving Irving and Carmelo Anthony, with a third team possibly involved.
The idea is for current players to be surrounded by and constantly reminded of the legacy they’re playing to uphold. The same effects are felt by the general public, for which two clichés come to mind while roaming The Star: “everything is bigger in Texas,” and “no expense spared.”
The Ford Center, which houses the Cowboys football operations facilities mentioned above, is a beast in itself even though it’s only a portion of The Star.
In addition to Cowboys practices and high school football games, Ford Center hosts soccer games, marching band competitions, track meets and commencement exercises. Its 12,000-seat capacity will expand to a currently unknown figure when it hosts concerts.