Robert Saleh wants a veteran quarterback
The New York Jets are known to be in the market for a veteran quarterback. Head coach Robert Saleh hired offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett with the intention of boosting the Jets’ quarterback room. The team has met with free-agent quarterback Derek Carr. They also hope to be in the hunt to land Aaron Rodgers via trade this offseason.
The Jets have a talented team that could make a postseason run with the correct signal caller. News came out recently that the Jets feel they could win a championship with Carr after meeting with the four-time Pro Bowl athlete. A new report dropped on one quarterback Saleh wants on the Jets roster next season. According to Michael David Smith with NBC Sports, Saleh wants to keep Mike White on the team:
“Saleh has previously indicated that Zach Wilson will be sticking around, and today he said he’d like Mike White to be back as well.
“He should be on this roster,” Saleh said of White.
Wilson is still under contract for two more years with guaranteed salaries, so it’s no surprise the Jets expect to hang onto him, but White is set to become an unrestricted free agent on March 15. He’ll likely shop himself to the highest bidder, but Saleh seems to think there’s a good chance that the Jets can make White the best offer he’ll get.”
White played in four games for the Jets last season. He threw for 1,192 yards and three touchdowns. But White had four interceptions in 2022.
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