OSU then-redshirt junior quarterback Cardale Jones (12) on Oct. 3 during a game against Indiana in Bloomington, Indiana. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead / Former Photo EditorFormer Ohio State and national championship-winning quarterback Cardale Jones is heading to Los Angeles.The Buffalo Bills confirmed the transaction.ESPN’s Adam Schefter first reported the second-year quarterback has been traded from the Buffalo Bills to the Los Angeles Chargers for a late-round pick. The Cleveland native was the Bills’ fourth-round pick in 2016, but primarily played spectator behind quarterbacks Tyrod Taylor and E.J. Manuel in his rookie season.Buffalo is trading QB Cardale Jones to LA Chargers for a late-round pick. Chargers get a new potential backup QB.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 26, 2017Jones attempted just 11 passes, completing six of them for 96 yards with no touchdowns and one interception. Jones will compete with three other quarterbacks — Mike Bercovici, Kellen Clemens and Eli Jenkins — for the second-string job behind starter Philip Rivers.The former Buckeye will be joining two former college teammates in Los Angeles in the No. 3 overall pick in 2016 Joey Bosa and the Chargers’ 2016 third-round pick Joshua Perry.
However it says it has launched an investigation into the complaint and offered the mother, who is understood to be middle aged and from Bristol, the £400 for the course as well as £185 in compensation. The employee is being subjected to internal disciplinary procedures, it said. “We made the decision to become vegan after my daughter was taken to see a cancer specialist and that was really scary”, she added. “So when someone turns around and says they want to punch vegans in the face, that is not just me they are targeting, it is my children as well. “If we had been talking about my religion he wouldn’t have made a comment like that.” A NatWest spokesperson said: “We are extremely sorry for the way the customer was treated by a member of our staff and apologise for any distress and upset that this behaviour caused. “These comments were wholly inappropriate and we have commenced disciplinary proceedings. “We will be speaking to the customer at her convenience to apologise and discuss what we can do to rebuild our relationship. The woman’s application for a loan was turned down because the amount requested was too small, NatWest said, and had nothing to do with her being vegan. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. “We have also provided feedback to the relevant sections of the bank to ensure that lessons are learnt so that a situation like this never happens again. ” NatWest has apologised after a mother was denied a loan during a phone call and after revealing she was a vegan told that they should all “be punched in the face”.The bank said it had suspended a male call handler, who has worked at one of its southern call centres for between five and six years.It has admitted the outburst took place and was “wholly inappropriate”. The mother, who was applying for a loan of £400 for a nutrition course, said she was left shocked and upset when the man went on a rant about vegans during her loan application on January 23.She said she and her family had only turned vegan after her daughter suffered a cancer scare. “I told him I was an active vegan and he proceeded to say that all vegans should be punched in the face ,” the woman who wants to remain anonymous told BBC Radio Bristol. “I asked him what he meant by that and he said it was in regards to ‘chalk activism’ which is when activists draw pictures of animals and then write messages like ‘friends not food’ on pavements. “He said vegans were doing it where he lived and that vegans were forcing their beliefs on to him.”