The New York Jets have made some interesting offseason moves that will either result in them making a surprise bounce back to the postseason or crash and burn like everything else they try to do. Thanks the the media attention, there’s really no room for middle ground on their success or failure as anything less than a postseason berth will somehow get chalked up to the worst football season ever since it’s the Jets.
But while their offseason moves have been splashy to say the least, they’re not done making interesting decisions when it comes to future moves they can make. Case in point being the jets interest in Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas, who ESPN’s Adam Schefter says they’ll be working out this week.
New York signed Michael Vick this year, draft Geno Smith in the second round last year and seemingly have their quarterback situation as shored up as it can be. Adding Thomas the mix could complicate things but it’s more intriguing than it is anything else. He’s not a top prospect but could be a project that either develops into a trade chip or switches positions to help make the Jets offense even more potentially explosive.