Shortly after giving Josh McCown a one-year, $10 million to return to NY, the Jets agreed to sign ex-Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to a one-year deal, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen and Dianna Russini. He posted a passer rating higher than 100 in eight games, the second most by a Jets quarterback in a single season.
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Instead, he signed for a below-market one-year, $3.9 million tender that would allow him full-fledged free agency this spring. In three years since taking over as a starter with the Patriots, Butler collected eight interceptions and did not miss a game.
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The Bills signed Glenn to a five-year, $65 million extension after assigning him the franchise tag during the 2016 offseason. The writing on the wall surrounding Glenn's future in Buffalo centered around Dion Dawkins ably filling in for him.
The team did acquire Jermaine Kearse last season from the Seattle Seahawks to add an experienced receiver with a winning pedigree to help mold the Jets receiving unit, which should be a big help for Bridgewater.
The 2014 Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year and erstwhile quarterback of the future in Minnesota, Bridgewater is free agency's quintessential wild card with just two pass attempts since suffering a career-threatening knee injury in August of 2016. Along with his injury history, the Jets should look for insurance options if Bridgewater struggles or he runs into health concerns.
The Jets pick No. 6 overall, and barring the unforeseen, at least one of those quarterbacks should be available when NY is on the clock. NY were surprisingly competitive during the season and went 5-8 in games he was under center.