Connor Cook visited Jets on Tuesday

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The Jets signed Davis Webb to their practice squad, but he wasn’t the only free agent quarterback the team has shown interest in.

Connor Cook visited the Jets on Tuesday, a source told PFT.

The Raiders cut Cook over the weekend after trading for A.J. McCarron.

Cook, 25, entered the NFL as a fourth-round pick of Oakland in 2016. His only career start came in the postseason against the Texans as a rookie when he completed 18 of 45 passes for 161 yards with a touchdown and three interceptions.

He has one regular-season appearance.

The Jets have Sam Darnold as their starter, with veteran Josh McCown as the backup. They traded Teddy Bridgewater to New Orleans.

9 responses to “Connor Cook visited Jets on Tuesday

  1. I guess the Patriots don’t know who there WR going to be either it’s call due diligence teams do this to have notes in case of injury and they have to call up Webb so they can have another option please use your brain before dumb statements

  2. Yet another instance of a dubious drafting move (gave up pick to move up in draft order) by Raiders GM.

    The list just goes on and on, and on, and on…

  3. Jets have their backup qb in McCown you are a fool can’t stand all the haters who don’t know a thing about what their saying. If ur going too say something make sure it’s not garbage

  4. 33bcannon says:
    September 4, 2018 at 7:40 pm
    Yet another instance of a dubious drafting move (gave up pick to move up in draft order) by Raiders GM.

    The list just goes on and on, and on, and on…

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    I’m so glad the Broncos swooped in and drafted Paxton Lynch and Connor Cook before the Cowboys selected either of them.

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