New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson isn’t thought to be well-liked among his teammates and could be on his way out.
The young QB’s time in NY might already be over despite the team drafting him No.2 overall in 2021. Wilson had a very poor season as the Jets signal-caller and was even benched twice over the course of the campaign, something which is reported to have made his teammates happy.
The overriding notion is that the 23-year-old will be traded during the offseason. And, according to NFL insider Jordan Schultz, there would be a “mutiny” if Wilson is QB1 next season as the player isn’t well-regarded by his teammates.
Schultz, who was a recent guest on the Pat McAfee Show, said Wilson starting for the Jets in 2023 is flat-out “not gonna happen,” though he couldn’t speak to whether the team will trade the former BYU star.
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The Jets have shown support for Wilson publicly and insist they will continue to work with the QB. However, there are many things pointing to an estrangement between the parties, including some recent comments from the owner.
Schultz claimed to have spoken to some Jets players who told him Wilson’s approach, or lack thereof, was not great. He added that the situation in the locker room was similar to the one involving Kyler Murray in Arizona as Wilson is accused of showing up to meetings late and generally lacking the attitude a young player in the league should have when set up to be the face of the franchise.
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Schultz also suggested that Tom Brady could come in as a replacement for Wilson, pointing out that the veteran’s son lives in New York, which is very important to him.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.