The New York Jets re-signed veteran quarterback Josh McCown to a one-year, $10 million contract, according to ESPN and NFL Network.
McCown, 38, threw for a career-high 2,926 yards and 18 touchdowns in 13 games as the Jets starter last season. His year was cut short when he broke his hand against the Denver Broncos.
He went to Twitter to post his excitement of returning to the Jets for his 16th NFL season.
— Josh McCown (@JoshMcCown12) March 13, 2018
More so, McCown is more excited about his faith in Jesus Christ. In a video produced by The Increase back in 2012, he spoke about how one of his main goals in life is to please God.
“We’re so consumed with what we have going on that we miss what we can do with Him,” he said. “We get scarred and get hurt because what we expected did not happen. If my heart is to please God then there has to be faith involved.”
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