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The Jets Got Desperate And Made A Move For This Former Packers Quarterback

Updated: Jun 29, 2023

The New York Jets finally got the Green Bay Packers quarterback they have always wanted. On Thursday afternoon, former Packer’s quarterback Tim Boyle signed a one-year contract with the Jets.

The #Jets are signing veteran QB Tim Boyle to a one-year deal, source says. He reunites with offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, who was his OC with the #Packers. And that means someday between now and the end of time, he’ll reunite with this guy, too… — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) April 6, 2023

Boyle spent two seasons as a backup in Green Bay from 2019-2021 and then moved to the Detroit Lions, where he started three games.

What Does The Boyle Signing Mean?

Boyle is a backup in the league, and there is no way the Jets signed him to start. They are still eyeing the current Packer’s quarterback Aaron Rodgers to be their quarterback next season.

The Jets and Packers still can’t agree on a deal that will send Rodgers to New York, but the deal should be complete soon.

Rodgers has already stated that he wants to play for the Jets, and it is up to the two teams to figure out a deal that will send him there.

Right now, the Jets still have all their eggs in Rodgers’ basket, and why wouldn’t they since Rodgers wants to play for them? But New York could be out of luck if both teams can’t come to a deal.

The Boyle signing is good because he spent some time with Rodgers and will be his backup if something happens to him.

Will Rodgers Be In New York

New York is operating like Rodgers is their starter with recent moves they made by signing his former receiver Allen Lazard and Kansas City Chiefs receiver Mecole Hardman.

The Boyle move is just another move for Rodgers, and all the Jets need now is for Rodgers to be on their roster.



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