Aaron Rodgers out for season: Jets looking to add QB insurance, not interested in Colin Kaepernick

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The Jets state they have “a lot of faith” in Zach Wilson to change Aaron Rodgers after the latter suffered a season-ending Achilles injury in their very first video game. But that isn’t stopping New York from checking out quarterback insurance coverage, with CBS Sports HQ SeniorĀ NFLĀ Insider Josina Anderson reporting Wednesday that the Jets are working to “narrow down their options.”

That consists of eliminating previous 49ers starter Colin Kaepernick, who had actually supposedly connected to the Jets through his representative in the wake of Rodgers’ injury. Kaepernick has actually long been considering a return however hasn’t played an NFL video game in 7 years, and he is not on New York’s radar, per Anderson, as the Jets’ objective is to include a QB who understands Wilson is “the guy” and has familiarity with the personnel or system.

The swimming pool of QBs who fit that requirements is rather thin. Veteran totally free representatives like Joe Flacco and Chad Henne, who retired after the 2022 season, have a history with the Jets or offending organizer Nathaniel Hackett. There are numerous bigger-name veterans presently on other lineups, like the Titans’ Ryan Tannehill, who formerly worked under Jets assistant Todd Downing, however such targets would need New York to trade for aid — a not likely truth after the group currently gave up high draft choices for Rodgers.

In the meantime, previous Packers, Bears and Lions reserve Tim Boyle is set to be promoted from the Jets’ practice team to function as Wilson’s No. 2.



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