Will Ryan Fitzpatrick stay with the N.Y. JETS?

Ryan Fitzpatrick had his best season and career in 2015. He covered 3095 yards with 31 touchdowns and 15 interceptions and almost led the Jets to the playoffs in a10-6 record.


The New York receiver wants to stay with the N.Y Jets team. The only way to retain Ryan Fitzpatrick to stay for the next season is for both the team management and Fitzpatrick to remain reasonable and open to talks about contracts.


The Jets are Fitzpatrick’s sixth team in eleven seasons. In 2011, he received a huge contract and has already made $39 million in his career according to one source. Ryan Fitzpatrick was with Buffalo in 2012, then he went from Tennessee to Houston and then he signed with the Jets for the final year of his contract in 2015.


The Fitz and the Jets are ready to work together from the opening of the season, but they both have different opinions when it comes to the quarterback’s value. The money offered by the Jets and Fitzpatrick’s expectations are still unknown. The Jets were thrilled and happy with the leadership of Fitzpatrick and his play during last year. Considering this fact, the Jets can resign him for his 12th NFL season. The Jets are under the impression that no team will take Fitzpatrick and pay big money in free agency. Some of the fellow players, coach, and the manager stated that they would like to see Fitzpatrick playing for the New York Jets this season.




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