True Live Betting fans found out that on Saturday, the New York Jets decided to release QB Brady Quinn, and have planned to re-sign the player on Monday.
The Jets did not have plans to activate Quinn for Sunday’s season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, so the team decided to cut him before 4 p.m. ET Saturday, which is the deadline when the salaries of the veterans are guaranteed, and True Live Betting fans that follow the team hope that a good move was made.
Price per head services learned that on Monday, the Jets signed Quinn to a $715,000, one-year contract With Mark Sanchez on the sidelines after a shoulder injury. The player is veteran insurance until Sanchez recovers because neither rookie Geno Smith and Matt Simms – the Jets’ other two quarterbacks – played a single snap for the NFL.
Rex Ryan said on Friday that he was most likely going to dress only two QB’s, using Simms as the No. 2 and starting Smith. True Live Betting fans know that the playbook is something new for Quinn, who only had four practices with the team. But at least the player is a six-year veteran, so the Jets are risking it.
Ryan said that he dislikes dressing three QB’s because “if you’re (planning) on playing your third quarterback, you’re probably not going to win. That’s generally the reason. … That’s why, unless you have an injury going in, normally you don’t dress three.”
With the assumption that Quinn does not sign somewhere else, the Jets will return on Monday to having four QB’s. True Live Betting fans learned that the team will keep Quinn until Sanchez is fit, which may take a few weeks. They will decide on how to proceed at that point
The player will still will get paid for the week, and get $45,000.
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True Live Betting fans also learned that the Jets decided to sign linebacker Danny Lansanah to fill Quinn’s place in the roster.