Bill O'Brien

Bowles: Still no front-runner to win Jets' QB competition

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Picking a starting quarterback is no snap decision for Todd Bowles.

The New York Jets coach has a journeyman veteran in Josh McCown and two inexperienced youngsters in Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg from which to choose.

And with the team's three-day minicamp completed, there's still no clear-cut answer to the biggest question surrounding the franchise.

"I don't look at anybody as the front-runner," Bowles said Thursday when asked if McCown is ahead of the others in the competition. "I'll just wait until training camp comes and we'll sort it out then."

The 37-year-old McCown is entering his 15th season in the NFL...

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