Quincy Enunwa, New York Jets
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Quincy Enunwa signs his restricted free agent tender, former New York Jets QB Chad Pennington speaks and Jets’ Insider Joe Caporoso joins me.

The New York Jets have been busy on the unrestricted free agency market in 2018. But not so much in the restricted free agency pool.

Well, check that one off the bucket list.

Veteran wideout Quincy Enunwa made it official by signing his non-guaranteed $2.9 million tender. While the team is taking a cautious approach, which makes sense for a guy coming off of neck surgery, sources I spoke with say Enunwa should be ready for Jets training camp at the end of July.

If he’s able to return to his pre-injury form, the Jets will have a player who has the potential to be a No. 1 wideout on this roster. That kind of young potential is exactly what the Jets need at the wide receiver position.

Former Jets great Chad Pennington says he has the perfect plan for the green and white at quarterback.

In this scenario, the Jets can win now with a veteran who has the respect of his teammates and there’s no pressure on the rookie to come in right away. If the rookie outperforms everyone in camp, that’d be a good problem to have.

No one is talking about this, but Teddy Bridgewater was a perfect signing. If he returns to his old self, the Jets can trade him for value or keep him and develop their soon-to-be rookie quarterback even more.

Finally, every Wednesday I speak with Jets Insider Joe Caporoso on my afternoon sports talk radio show “Drive Time Sports” on The Score 1260 in Syracuse. This week we spoke about several different topics including:

  • Second-tier free agent signings
  • Joe becoming a DAD!
  • Are the New England Patriots showing vulnerabilities in 2018? Could it be time for the Jets to strike while the iron is hot?
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.