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Brian Hoyer might be the other piece to Jets’ quarterback puzzle – New York Post

Now that the Jets are locked in on drafting their new, young starting quarterback, they are trying to figure out who his veteran backup will be. Brian Hoyer, who…

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Now that the Jets are locked in on drafting their new, young starting quarterback, they are trying to figure out who his veteran backup will be.
Brian Hoyer, who has played for seven teams over 12 seasons, is visiting the Jets on Wednesday, according to a source. Hoyer, 35, played for the Patriots last season, starting one game.
Hoyer has familiarity with the Jets new offense. He played for the Browns in 2014 when Kyle Shanahan was the offensive coordinator and Jets offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur…

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