NY Jets news: Jets interested in other QBs, Brant Boyer leaving?
CBS Sports' Josina Anderson spoke about the NY Jets' continued quarterback search on Friday, and she dropped an interesting nugget of information regarding which players they might be targeting.
While Anderson noted that the Jets will, obviously, be eyeing some of the top names expected to be on the market, she also indicated that the Jets will do their due diligence on quarterbacks who might not be expected to become available.
Who could that be? Well, it's hard to say. Perhaps the Jets could make calls on players like Kyler Murray, Kirk Cousins, Dak Prescott, etc. They're going to leave no stone unturned.
The Jets' top quarterback option remains Aaron Rodgers with others such as Jimmy Garoppolo and Derek Carr in the mix, but the NFL is unpredictable. Perhaps the Jets have a surprise in store.
Other NY Jets news
Is Brant Boyer set to leave for Arizona?
The Jets' coaching staff has experienced its share of turnover this offseason, and that turnover might not be over. Longtime Arizona Cardinals reporter Mike Jurecki reported this week that the Cardinals are set to hire Jets special teams coordinator Brant Boyer.
Now, Jurecki did not go into detail about what role Boyer would take, and he is the only one to report this at the time of writing. It should also be noted that the Cardinals have not hired a new head coach yet. It would be incredibly odd to hire an assistant before a head coach is chosen first.
Boyer is the longest-tenured coach on the Jets' staff, having survived three different coaching regimes. His stint with the team began back in 2016 under then-head coach Todd Bowles.
Under Boyer, the Jets have consistently ranked among the league leaders in special teams performances, and he's one of the most respected coaches on the team. Losing Boyer would be a pretty substantial loss for Gang Green.
Jets legends receive the Hall of Fame call
Two Jets legends were honored on Thursday night as both Darrelle Revis and Joe Klecko were elected as inductees into the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2023.
It was understandably an emotional night for both men, and those emotions began days earlier when they were informed of the decision to enshrine them within the walls of Canton, OH.
Revis was informed by former teammate and fellow Hall of Famer Ty Law, while Klecko got the call from the legendary Joe Namath. Their emotional reactions can be seen in the above video.
What a wonderful moment for two very deserving Hall of Fame candidates. It was a special night for the New York Jets organization.