Newark Star Ledger: As the Jets continue to compile a l...

Newark Star Ledger: As the Jets continue to compile a list and
schedule interviews for their vacant HC job, there are some in the
organization who might not mind having to find a new QB as well.
Nobody associated with the Jets is pressing Brett Favre to make a
decision on his future, in part because they don't want to be seen
as the team that ran a future Hall of Fame quarterback out of
town. But there are those, including owner Woody Johnson and GM
Tannenbaum, who privately indicated they might be okay with any
decision Favre makes - despite Johnson's and Tannenbaum's public
pleas for Favre to return next season. "I think they had to say
that in case (Favre) wants to come back," said a person with
knowledge of the team's thinking who requested anonymity because
he's not authorized to speak for the organization. "If Favre says
he's not coming back, I don't know if that would be a great
disappointment… I think Woody and Mike are upset (with Favre's
late-season play) to a point, especially Woody. But I think they
have to handle the situation with care. They're not going to say
publicly they don't want Favre back, but privately I'm not so

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