Bryce Petty understands the harsh reality of the Jets' quarterback situation this offseason. And though he didn't come out and say it Monday -- when the Jets packed up their lockers and headed home -- he surely knows he might have played his last game for this organization. "That's what it is, is uncertainty," he said. "I try not to put too much thought into things that I can't control, so just excited about the future in general. Hopefully, it's here. I want to be here. But if it's not, that's OK, too. It's a business. Everybody understands that." The Jets have to make a high-profile quarterback addition this offseason, since neither Petty (fourth-round draft pick in 2015) nor Christian Hackenberg (second-round pick in 2016) has shown enough to be trusted with the starting job going forward. Over the past two seasons, Petty has played in 10 games, with seven starts. His stats are unimpressive: 53.1 completion percentage, four touchdowns, 10 interceptions, 57.7 quarterback rating. Hackenberg hasn't even appeared in a regular season game yet. The Jets this offseason will either sign a high-profile free agent quarterback or draft one early. Either way, it looks like Petty's days with the team could be numbered.