One of the most criticized Steelers' in 2015 is determined on keeping his job this season.
According to Mark Kaboly of The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Landry Jones has been working diligently this offseason at Pittsburgh's team headquarters.
The backup quarterback position will be highly contested during training camp and Jones is doing his absolute best to be prepared for the competition.
Jones was impressive in Week 6 of the 2015 season, throwing two touchdown passes, beating the Cardinals, 25-13 after coming in for relief of Michael Vick.
However the consistency ended there, as Jones struggled for the rest of the season. The 27-year old also threw a crucial interception in the Steelers' wild card game against the Bengals.
This has given Jones the motivation to improve and keep his job.
I am sure there are others, but every time I come to Steelers facility I see two people finishing workj outs -- Landry Jones, Sammie Coates
I am sure there are others, but every time I come to Steelers facility I see two people finishing workj outs -- Landry Jones, Sammie Coates— Mark Kaboly (@MarkKaboly_Trib) April 8, 2016
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