Aaron Rodgers suffered a season-ending injury, creating a need for the New York Jets to address their quarterback position.
Many observers speculated that the Jets might sign a veteran quarterback in free agency to fill the void left by Rodgers.
Reports suggest that the team actively declined offers from veteran quarterbacks Matt Ryan and Carson Wentz to join the Jets.
NFL insider Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reported the Jets' decisions regarding these offers.
Despite Rodgers' absence, the Jets are committed to Zach Wilson as their starting quarterback.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk highlighted the Jets' loyalty to Zach Wilson in his report.
Both Carson Wentz and Matt Ryan expressed their interest in joining the Jets to help replace Rodgers.
The Jets' decision to stick with Zach Wilson has generated significant discussion and reactions within the NFL world on social media.