According to a report, the Jets have decided on Tom Brady.

According to a report, the Jets have decided on Tom Brady.

Brady’s name has surfaced as a remote possibility to replace Aaron Rodgers, who tore his Achilles tendon and will miss the remainder of the season.
However, according to Dianna Russini of The Athletic, Gang Green will not attempt to pursue the seven-time Super Bowl champion.

On Wednesday, Russini posted on X, the website that replaced Twitter, “You can mark one name off the Jets’ list of potential QBs: Tom Brady.”.
The team, according to what I’ve been told, won’t ask Brady if he wants to play football again. Brady has also made it clear to those close to him that his football career is over.

In February, Brady declared his second and last retirement from football. He played in the NFL for 23 seasons, 20 with the New England Patriots, three with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and seven Super Bowls, five Super Bowl MVP Awards, and three NFL MVP Awards.

Zach Wilson will start for the Jets this season, according to head coach Robert Saleh, who made that clear on Tuesday.
There won’t be a quarterback competition.

We’ll examine everything, Saleh said. “However, none of this is a competition in any way.
We are supporting Zach because this is his team.

The Cowboys, who just defeated the Giants 40-0, will be the opponents for the Jets in Dallas during Week 2.


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