NFL Quarterback Cardale Jones Has Officially Gone Vegan

The Los Angeles Chargers athlete has finally taken the plunge
The sportsman has decided to drop animal products from his diet (Photo: Cardale Jones Facebook)

Los Angeles quarterback Cardale Jones has announced that he is 'officially vegan' on Twitter earlier this week.

Following his previous tweet from last week, which read 'Thinking about going vegan', the Chargers football player has finally taken the plunge.

The NFL athlete has taken to Twitter to announce his transition to a vegan diet (Photo: Twitter)


Jones also took to social media to ask for advice regarding the plant-based lifestyle.

He tweeted: "Now I need help on a diet and getting the right amounts of protein."

The news was well-received by his followers, with Jacoby Young responding: "Got it! Less harm is done. Fewer animals are harmed."


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