BREAKING: New York Jets Have Already Called Two Super Bowl Winning QBs Since Losing Aaron Rodgers For The Season

Aaron Rodgers' season-ending Achilles injury has left the Jets urgently seeking an experienced quarterback.

Dianna Russini's report reveals the Jets have initiated contact with free-agent quarterbacks following Rodgers' injury.

Notably, the team has approached two Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks: Carson Wentz and Nick Foles.

Wentz, a former first-round Eagles pick in 2016, briefly played for the Colts before joining the Commanders last year.

Nick Foles, a third-round pick by the Eagles in 2012, parted ways with Chicago last year and later signed with the Colts before being released this offseason.

Foles started 19 games over the past five years, notably leading the Eagles to a championship victory when replacing an injured Wentz.

While the Jets intend to stick with Zach Wilson as their starting quarterback, they may explore other options, possibly including Philip Rivers, Andrew Luck, and Ryan Fitzpatrick.

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