He continues to grow and that’s the most important thing Dan Leberfeld

This is the most important thing the Jets needed to see from rookie QB Zach Wilson over the course of the summer . . .

Not highlight film plays or great practice stats, but continual growth.

“We’re excited about where he’s at just because of the fact that he’s shown (the ability) to grow, and not make the same mistakes twice,” said Jets coach Robert Saleh.

The Jets’ offense is very complex, and Wilson has shown he ability to process all the information being thrown at him by offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur.

“We like where he’s at, his process and how he prepares has us very confident in the fact that he’s going to be able to absorb all that information and execute it at a high level,” Saleh said.


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