The New York Jets have signed former Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn, giving the team an experienced backup behind rookie Geno Smith.
Jets backup quarterback Greg McElroy and wide receivers Ben Obomanu and Mohamed Massaquoi are among the players cut as New York got its roster to the mandatory 53-player limit.
The New York Jets have released quarterback Greg McElroy, paving the way for Matt Simms to make the Jets’ 53-man roster.
Here is my first and only crack at predicting the initial 53-man roster. I did my best to steer clear of similar lists from other writers, reporters and outlets. Without further adieu…
According to a report, it’s very likely that Geno Smith, the team’s second-round pick at this year’s NFL Draft, will get the call on September 8.
While Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith wait for Rex Ryan and the Jets to select a starter, Simms made a strong case to be No. 3 on Thursday night.
While the New York Jets’ quarterback competition is far from settled, Matt Simms certainly showed Thursday he might deserve to stick around when the season starts.
The big question for New York heading into training camp was simple. Mark Sanchez or Geno Smith? With the regular season closing in, the Jets are still looking for the answer.
Simms will “play most, if not all, of the game” against the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium, the New York Post reported.
Harrell was released by the Packers last week after being beat out for the backup job by Vince Young. He had plenty of reps in the preseason, going 23-for-42 for 169 yards and an interception over three games.
Now what for the New York Jets? Well, they have less than two weeks to solve their big quarterback question before they face Tampa Bay on Sept. 8 in the regular-season opener.
The situation started as a mess and has turned into a disaster, all because of one hit in the fourth quarter of a game that Sanchez didn’t want to or expect to be apart of.
The New York Jets didn’t score a touchdown until their preseason finale in 2012. The team is hoping a new year — and a legitimate quarterback competition — will bring better results.
David Garrard may be done with football, but that doesn’t mean he’s finished with the Jets.
Garrard is out of the Jets’ quarterback competition. A person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press on Wednesday that Garrard plans to retire because of lingering knee issues.