The Jets may be giving up on the Sam Darnold experiment, having said publicly that they are fielding calls on the young quarterback and have yet to make a firm decision on the franchise’s future at the quarterback position.
But Darnold’s former passing instructor thinks that would be a massive mistake.
Jordan Palmer, a former NFL quarterback who has worked with Darnold since before the Jets drafted him out of USC with the third overall pick, joined Tom Curran on NBC Sports’ Patriots Talk podcast, and stressed that anyone writing off Darnold after three seasons is going to feel foolish for that declaration.
“A lot of people have drawn conclusions on Sam Darnold,” Palmer said. “I can definitely tell you, save this, mark it…you’re dead wrong. This guy is going to be so good in this league.”
Palmer has been an avid supporter of Darnold for years, even through his lackluster years with the Jets. He called Darnold one of the best young…
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