The Jets are interested in free-agent player David Garrard, according to the New York Daily News, who hasn’t played in a Madden 23 coins game since the 2010 season, when Garrard was with the Jacksonville Jaguars. The news broke earlier this morning suggesting that Jets are also looking to sign the quarterback Brady Quinn, who has been a struggle at every stage of his professional career.
According to The Daily News’ source, the Jets have already worked Garrard off on the Thursday. Garrard is averaging 61.6 per cent of passes in his career, throwing 54 interceptions and 89 touchdowns. Garrard’s overall quarterback rating is 85.8.
The Miami Dolphins signed Garrard last season, but then released Garrard prior to the start of Week 1 and gave the job of starting to Ryan Tannehill, which left Matt Moore as the backup.
If Garrard hopes to land an opening in Madden NFL 23. the Jets are as likely to be a squad as anyone. New York is looking for an alternative to its primary starter, Mark Sanchez. Sanchez was sacked last year to make way for the third stringer Greg McElroy, but ultimately was reinstated after McElroy suffered a concussion.
Sanchez was the one who led his team of Jets towards their first AFC Championship game in each of his first two seasons. However, the team was Gang Green, the Jets were defeated by their opponents the Indianapolis Colts and Pittsburgh Steelers in both of those games but haven’t made it back to the playoffs since.
In 2011. Sanchez was a career-best thrower, completing 3.474 yards and mut coins madden 23 scored 26 touchdowns.