July 29, 2012; Cortland, NY, USA; A general view of a New York Jets helmet on the ground during training camp at SUNY Cortland. Mandatory Credit: Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

New York Jets may bring back QB David Garrard in 2014

To say that the New York Jets have quarterback problems is like saying America has a Kardashian problem. There are just a ton of them, none of whom are any good at anything, and we have no clue what to do with the lot. The Jets have four quarterbacks on the books right now and it seems like none of the four are worth the price of the jersey they wear on Sunday.

But already it sounds like the Jets are already considering what to do next with the stale crop of quarterbacks and are deciding who to bring back. The first name on the list is the least heard from name this season — David Garrard. According to the New York Post, the Jets are spending an awfully long time thinking about bringing back David Garrard and have even gone as far as to ask him if he wants to return in 2014.

Garrard mentioned this after practice this week, according to the Post, but he later called them to retract and clarify his comments. So to be clear, the Jets have officially unofficially asked David Garrard if he wants to return in 2014, but it turns out they really didn’t because Garrard and the Jets went back on the report.

Confused? Welcome to the life of a Jets fan.

As Mike Florio pointed out on the topic, this all seems like a lot of effort on the part of the Jets to a correct a non-story unless it actually is a story. The bottom line is, this shows the Jets still don’t know what they’re doing and can’t even release a story the right way, let alone win a game on the field.

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