FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — Priority No. 1 for the New York Jets this offseason: Find a starting quarterback.
Sure, that seems obvious, but it's an issue that doesn't have a simple solution. And, mainly because the answer might not be on the current roster.
Josh McCown had the best season of his 15-year NFL career, but he's a free agent and will be 39 in July. The Jets are interested in bringing him back in some capacity — either as a stopgap starter or experienced veteran backup — but it's uncertain if McCown even wants to continue playing.
"Josh had a great year," coach Todd Bowles said Monday. "It would be great to have him back. It's business in this...