Jones latest to make move
Arkansas QB Matt Jones will be looking to prove to scouts that he can succeed as a WR at the next level.
Sometimes scouts and other personnel people throw around ideas of players changing positions without much thought. Most times these experiments are a reach, at best. The expansion of NFL practice squads this year from five to eight makes it somewhat easier to keep an inexperienced player around. But taking a guy in the first day of the draft means you'll need him to contribute immediately, and there will be no time for the practice squad. The NFL is not really a training ground for learning a new trade.
Learning the characteristics of the new position won't be Matt's problem. Acquiring the instincts will be the toughest thing.
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