We know one veteran quarterback who the New York Jets want back for 2014: David Garrard. The signal caller told the New York Post's Bart Hubbuch that the Jets approached him two weeks ago about returning next season. Garrard signed with the Jets as a free agent in March, but he left the team two months later because of recurring knee issues. The team brought him back in October after he started feeling healthy. Presumably, the Jets like the mentoring job Garrard is doing with rookie quarterback Geno Smith. The 35-year-old said he was undecided about returning to New York. Garrard told Hubbuch that he appreciates the Jets bringing him back this season, but he wants to play and understands that it's "Geno's team."
Garrard says Jets approached him about returning next season
NFL.com | Dec 6