After missing out on several quarterback options the New York Jets finally made some moves. The Jets re-signed Josh McCown to a one-year deal worth 10 million according to multiple reports.
Despite signing McCown, the Jets still reportedly have interest in Teddy Bridgewater. Though, the interesting part about this scenario is the Jets did inform that McCown will be their starter.
Jumping to another point of need, the Jets signed Isaiah Crowell a three-year deal according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
This is huge for the Jets as Crowell brings them a home run hitter in the backfield. Despite being up and down in Cleveland, Crowell has the opportunity for a nice mid-career breakout season.