Josh McCown’s kids are on their spring break from school in Texas this week, but he told them it might be a wild one if he had to take free-agent visits. Instead, they can all relax after McCown agreed to a deal on Tuesday to return to the Jets. A source said it is a […]
Josh McCown’s kids are on their spring break from school in Texas this week, but he told them it might be a wild one if he had to take free-agent visits.
Instead, they can all relax after McCown agreed to a deal on Tuesday to return to the Jets. A source said it is a one-year, $10 million deal.
McCown said now he hopes to bring the family to some NCAA Tournament games in Dallas this weekend and get to some fun spring break activities.
It’s hard because you feel like you want to know more because you have the same agent, but you want to respect that process,McCown said.
It was kind of a whirlwind day,McCown said. It was moving slow because we were kind of waiting for the other dominoes to fall, so to speak. Once those things started getting squared away, it’s weird because it goes from quiet and 0 to 100. All of a sudden you’re on the phone right and left, trying to track down things and make decisions.
The Jets also agreed to a one-year deal with Teddy Bridgewater Tuesday night. That occurred after McCown spoke to The Post, but he knew it was a possibility. A source said McCown will be the starter to begin the offseason. McCown would not confirm that.
I’m just excited about coming in and getting back to work,McCown said. We’ll see whatever decisions they make. That’s for them.
I think Josh Gordon is a physical freak, Dorsey said in the interview, as partially transcribed by Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal. I’ve sat down and talked to him, had numerous conversations, and my message to Josh Gordon is, ‘You know what? As long as you’re behind the Cleveland Browns 100 percent, I’m 100 percent behind Josh Gordon.’
That’s my mindset. He and I have communicated, and there’s some things that I’ve helped him with and we’ve sat and discussed. But right now, I love where he is right now. I think he’s in a good place right now, but we’ll see how this thing moves forward.
A second-round pick in the 2012 supplemental draft, Gordon returned to the Browns last year, appearing in five regular-season games to end the season. He hadn’t played at all since the conclusion of the 2014 season.
In 2013, Gordon generated 1,646 receiving yards. In 2018, he could be a guy who helps the Browns win some games. Or at least one game.