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NFL Jets' quarterback competition, new replay rule

The third-year Jets coach saidalthough Petty's healing non-throwing shoulder will be a factor , that reps will be split up evenly in offseason practices. This shouldn't be a huge surprise. McCown turns 38 years old on America's birthday and is coming off a scattershot season in Cleveland. He will earn $6 million in 2017, which is essentially a backup's salary. Signing McCown after striking out in the Brian Hoyer sweepstakes -- a phrase I never expected to write -- was a sign that the Jets would give their young quarterbacks a chance this season.

While Bowles said "there is a scenario" in which the team could draft another quarterback with the No. 6 overall pick, it appears the Jets are likely to roll with McCown, Hackenberg and Petty for 2017, hoping that Hackenberg takes a big leap.

Just don't tell Bowles that the Jets are rebuilding. He says the team is only "building," even if sane observers believe they are building their chances to take a quarterback No. 1 overall a year from now.

The Broncos never publicly embraced the idea of Romo, but Joseph and Broncos GM John Elway have made stronger statements in the past two days about staying the course with Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian. Joseph elaborated that the Broncos could wind up drafting a quarterback. If the team adds a veteran quarterback, Joseph expects it to be a young player.

Romo won't necessarily be that cheap if he hits free agency after the Texans cleared the salary-cap decks with the Brock Osweiler trade.My interpretation is that the Broncos realize now Romo has eyes for Houston, and Denver was only interested in him at a bargain price anyhow.

That's just Hue being honest. It appears the Browns will only keep Osweiler into the regular season if things go wrong at the quarterback position in the coming weeks.

Only one rule change will change 2017 much

Ownership is getting out of the NFL's Annual League Meeting early this year, a sign that the rules proposals discussed didn't cause a lot of controversy or debate. The proposal to shorten overtime to 10 minutes was tabled until the next meeting, and most of the other changes were minor, like preventing "leapers" on extra points and field goals.

The most significant adjustment came in the replay process. NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino will now have final say on all replays, which theoretically should improve consistency and save time.

Storylines that deserve more attention

1) Sean McDermott was effusive in his praise for second-year Bills linebacker Reggie Ragland, saying he plans to start him at middle linebacker. McDermott mentioned Luke Kuechly when talking up Ragland, and cited Lorenzo Alexander and Ramon Humber as his starters at outside linebacker.
2)Add Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh to the list of folks who "never took it seriously" when Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger mentioned possibly retiring.

3) Dolphins coach Adam Gase indicated that Ryan Tannehill could have played in the Divisional Round of the playoffs if Miami had beaten Pittsburgh in January. That's a great sign that Tannehill's knee injury won't get in his way at all when it comes to preparing this offseason. Gase said that the team never discussed adding Jay Cutler to its quarterback mix, even if Cutler appears to be in great shape.

4) Vance Joseph went out of his way to say he expects more out of Demaryius Thomas -- who posted a career-low 12.0 yards per catch in his seventh NFL season -- as a leader and top-shelf receiver. It's telling the Broncos believe Thomas can do a lot more.

5) Houston Texans owner Bob McNair's comments on GM Rick Smith's handling of the Brock Osweiler trade were revealing.

6) Perhaps the biggest eyebrow-raising news on Tuesday came from an interview Redskins president Bruce Allen conducted with 980-AM in Washington in which he said that there is "100 percent" organizational consensus about wanting to sign quarterback Kirk Cousins to a long-term contract. Allen even indicated that using the franchise tag on Cousins for the third straight season could be in play.

Using the tag again on Cousins next season would cost the Redskins close to $35 million, but the team is doubling down on the notion that Cousins isn't leaving. Then again, completing a long-term contract would say a lot more than these public pronouncements.
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