The NY Jets will sport a new-look roster when they eventually (hopefully) take the field for the start of the 2020 season. From offseason free-agent signings to nine new rookies joining via the 2020 NFL Draft, the Jets roster looks very different than it did last year.
And one position that saw some change in the offseason was the quarterback position.
While Sam Darnold will be the unquestioned starter heading into his third NFL season, the backup job has been a point of much discussion this offseason. And coming out of the draft, a new face has joined the pack.