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NFL 18 Josh McCown signs one-year with Jets

Josh McCown has suited up for seven teams in his NFL career, and he'll make it eight this fall after reportedly latching on with the New York Jets on Monday.

Josh McCown has found a new home.

The journeyman quarterback signed a one-year contract with the Jets on Monday, per his agent Mike McCartney. The team later confirmed the deal. Albert Breer of NFL.com passed along the details:

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that McCown was inked to a one-year, fully guaranteed $6 million pact, suggesting the veteran has a solid chance to start. Rapoport adds that McCown can earn up to $13 million in gameplay and performance incentives.

The move tugs the 37-year-old into a bottom-of-the-barrel quarterback room that includes third-year passer Bryce Petty and roaming enigma Christian Hackenberg.

Before the McCown deal, former Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler was scheduled to visit the Jets, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

McCown, 37, spent the last two years of his career with the Cleveland Browns. Those campaigns were both marred by injuries, but he managed to post some solid numbers over the course of eight starts in 2015.

During that season, McCown completed 63.7 percent of his passes for 2,109 yards, 12 touchdowns and four interceptions.

However, his efficiency plummeted in five appearances—including three starts—last year. All told, McCown completed 54.5 percent of his passes for 1,100 yards, six touchdowns and six picks.

The Jets are hardly a team trying to win next season. Facing a full-on rebuild, New York has the look of a club already peering ahead to next year's quarterback-rich draft class.

With a 2-20 record over his past three seasons, McCown has bounced from one awful team to the next after shining as Jay Cutler's backup with the Bears in 2013. He boasts a strong arm and plus athleticism -- and he's an excellent teammate -- but McCown has been a walking M.A.S.H. unit over the past three seasons in Cleveland and Tampa Bay.

While McCown gives the team an experienced starter, the Jets easily could decide to get a long look at Petty -- or even the tucked-away Hackenberg -- before swinging for the fences on a rookie quarterback next offseason. Try to contain your excitement.

Former Jets quarterback Geno Smith signed with the Giants on Monday and Ryan Fitzpatrick, the team’s starter for the past two seasons, is also a free agent. New York has young quarterbacks Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg still under contract.

McCown will be reunited with his former Bears quarterbacks coach Jeremy Bates. New York’s hiring of Bates also led to speculation that the team may be interested in signing Jay Cutler.

Additionally, the Jets could use a draft pick to select a quarterback. So McCown could be a stopgap starter, or he may end up serving as a veteran backup. A lot is left to be resolved at quarterback for the Jets.
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