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The New York Jets continue to exercise due diligence on quarterbacks, even the one and only Johnny Manziel. Plus, the green and white close in on Terrelle Pryor

Since the New York Jets were out in the California area checking out the NFL Draft’s top prospects, Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold, they decided to stick around for another talented passer.

Johnny Manziel?

Yes, believe it or not, a couple of San Diego prospects requested Manziel to be their Pro Day quarterback and thus created an opportunity Johnny Football took full advantage of.

My source confirmed that the Jets were, in fact, one of 12 teams that attended the Pro Day to, at the very least, exercise their due diligence on the talented but troubled quarterback.

While the Jets already have two veteran quarterbacks on the roster in Teddy Bridgewater and Josh McCown, all 32 franchises understand each could never employ enough talented quarterbacks. I don’t expect anything to come of this, at least as it pertains to the Jets, but it is interesting nonetheless.

From speculation to reality, the Jets have put pen to paper with veteran wideout Terrelle Pryor. The deal is done, according to somebody close to the situation, and Calvin Watkins of Newsday also claims an agreement has been consummated.

We mentioned earlier that the Jets have two veteran quarterbacks on the roster, but we didn’t mention that the team is going to be adding a passer with the No. 3 pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. That would put the Jets at six quarterbacks on the roster.

An unprecedented number, to say the least.

Likely, the following is how it plays out. Obviously, you’ll have whomever the rookie is (pending his development), Bridgewater and McCown, or one of the two veterans and Christian Hackenberg as the developmental third string.

Everyone already thinks Hackenberg is a bust, but he has yet to throw a regular-season pass. We already know what Bryce Petty is, so what’s the harm of keeping a guy on the bottom of the roster for nothing more than for giggles and potential?

Petty is the odd-man out.

People call me Boy Green for my unwavering dedication to all things New York Jets. I work at The Score 1260 in Syracuse and I'm extremely passionate about sports. I aspire to continue my rise through the business and hopefully I'll end up working for the New York Jets in some capacity.