Ex-Buckeyes Quarterback Is Honorary Deputy

(Port Clinton, OH) A former Ohio State quarterback known for long bombs is now the long arm of the law.

NFL signal-caller and ex-Buckeye Cardale Jones is being fitted for a sheriff's deputy uniform, named an honorary Ottawa County deputy last summer. 

According to the sheriff, his new buddy will serve as a special ambassador to help the sheriff's office better bond with young people. In fact, Jones spoke at a father-son church banquet last Friday. 

The sheriff says when the L.A Chargers quarterback shows up in a deputy's uniform, kids will realize cops aren't necessarily bad.

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