Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback Cardale Jones showed off his incredible arm with a 50-yard bomb into a net

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Ohio State Buckeyes QB Cardale Jones is getting work in days before the NFL draft

While there were questions coming out of college about Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones' ability to run an NFL offense, the Buffalo Bills coveted his immense physical gifts enough to draft him in the fourth round.

One of those physical gifts is his incredible arm, which should have no problem hitting receivers anywhere on the field.

Jones has evidently been demonstrating that ability in offseason workouts. The Bills' Twitter account posted a video Wednesday of Jones easily tossing balls from beyond the 50-yard line into a standing net.

Watch him bomb the ball with ease.

It certainly looks like the strength and accuracy are there, even if there aren't any defenders.

This kind of target practice is also used by some of the NFL's top quarterbacks like Aaron Rodgers and Ben Roethlisberger, so if Jones can perfect this drill, he can rest assured that he's in good company.

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