New York News
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Zach Wilson took the field at MetLife Stadium for the first time since last season and put together another solid practice.
That’s promising news for the New York Jets and their second-year quarterback.
“I really thought it was really good,” coach Robert Saleh said of Wilson’s performance Saturday night.
Wilson was unofficially 12 of 19 — including four drops by receivers — for 100 yards with a touchdown and an interception as the Jets prepare for their first preseason game next Friday night at Philadelphia.
All eyes are on the 23-year-old Wilson, and he’s looking to build on a good finish to his rookie year during which he was not intercepted in his final five games. Wilson’s decision-making and accuracy have appeared to improve this summer, especially during his last four practices — including this one in front of fans at the Meadowlands.
“He dropped a dime that buzzed a defender’s head that I thought was a chance