The Jets had always expressed an interest in re-signing McCown as their fallback option - and they may not be finished. Shortly after giving Josh McCown a one-year, $10 million to return to NY, the Jets agreed to sign ex-Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to a one-year deal, according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen and Dianna Russini.
There might not be a better marriage between rising team and player than Teddy Bridgewater and the New York Jets.
The Jets had high hopes going into free agency, since they had the most space available under the salary cap.
The quarterback carousel began early Tuesday morning when Case Keenum agreed to a contract with the Broncos, who were also interested in Cousins.
It was a wise move to bring back McCown on a one-year, $10 million deal. He posted a an 88.7 quarterback rating, throwing for 3,231 yards, 14 touchdowns and nine interceptions as the Vikings went 11-5 before losing to the Seattle Seahawks in the playoffs on a late missed field goal. After the game, he choked up at his news conference, knowing his season probably was over. The Jets weren't expected to competitive in 2017-18 but played above expectations, albeit winning only five regular-season games and finishing in the cellar of the AFC East. Wednesday is the first day National Football League teams can sign players.
Woods, Els to be named Presidents Cup captains
The Presidents Cup has been reduced to 30 matches over four days, and the format is not likely to change for the next one. Woods referred to it at the time as one of his most nerve-wracking moments.
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TCS plunges 6% on share sale buzz
Tata Sons will use the proceeds of the transaction to repay the loans of Tata Teleservices . Shares in Tata Consultancy Services fell 5.4 percent.
Amazon recalls power banks due to fire, chemical burn hazards
The models affected by this recall include the 2,000mAh, 3,000mAh, 5,600mAh, 10,000mAh, and 16,100mAh models with micro-USB cable. These recalled units were sold from December 2014 through July 2017 through Amazon's website , Pop-Up stores, and Bookstores.