Jets Considering Todd McShay For Front Office Role

ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay told Rich Cimini that he is being considered for a front office role under Jets’ new GM Joe Douglas.

Joe is considering multiple options and I’m one of the options,” said McShay.

McShay and Douglas both attended the University of Richmond, where Douglas was an offensive tackle and McShay a scout-team quarterback. 

According to Cimini, McShay will meet with the Jets “around mid-week“, while former Browns GM Phil Savage has also been mentioned as a possibility. 

This comes a few weeks after the Jets were reportedly considering NFL draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah for a “prominent” front office role in connection to Douglas, so it is clear New York is looking at multiple personnel options. (NFLTR)

It’s worth mentioning that Gil Brandt of wrote on Friday that Jeremiah to the Jets is “not happening.

McShay, 42, began with ESPN in 2006 as a football analyst, providing in-depth scouting information on college football prospects. 

He is considered one of the best draft analysts in the country and regularly appears in each NFL Draft alongside Mel Kiper with ESPN. 

We’ll have more regarding the Jets as the news is available. 

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