The Jets may want to hang an "Open House" sign in front of their Florham Park facility so potential quarterbacks can find the place a little more easily.
The Jets hosted free agent Josh McCown over the weekend, but didn't strike a deal.
The Philadelphia Eagles made a bad mistake in signing Chase Daniel to a three-year contract last offseason worth about $7 million annually.
Daniel, who would be a solid veteran mentor for the Jets, has only two career starts in eight seasons, two fewer than Bryce Petty.
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Irving had exited the Cavs' game Thursday with tightness in his left knee and was still feeling soreness Saturday. "But whatever. Offense will come and go, but defense is something that you hang your hat on and that is where you build your trust as a team".
According to a Monday morning report from Adam Schefter of ESPN, unrestricted free agent quarterback Chase Daniel will now be heading to the "Big Apple" to visit the New York Jets. They also remain interested in Jay Cutler. and pretty much every quarterback in the country not named Colin Kaepernick.
Relying on him as a starter would be a risk.
Daniel has started just two games and attempted a total of 78 passes since entering the National Football League in 2010.
Jets offensive coordinator John Morton didn't spend any time with Daniel in New Orleans, but he did have a pair of stints as an assistant on Sean Payton's staff. Former Washington and Cleveland quarterback Robert Griffin III is on the market, and though he seems like a long-shot, Tony Romo is expected to become a free agent this offseason, too.