The quarterback market is starting to dry up, and it appears some QBs are trying to take advantage of the situation.
Free agent Ryan Fitzpatrick apparently is looking to spark a bidding war between his former team -- the New York Jets -- and potentially his new team -- the Denver Broncos.
But those two teams reportedly aren't interested in overpaying for the 33-year-old veteran.
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The Jets aren't too happy with how their talks are going with Fitzpatrick's representatives, according to Yahoo Sports.
#Jets are frustrated with Fitzpatrick. They aren't going to circle with him forever. They believe his market outside of NY is very thin.— Charles Robinson (@CharlesRobinson) March 11, 2016
And the Broncos, who are still in need of depth at quarterback after adding Mark Sanchez, are still staying fiscally responsible, ESPN reported.
Broncos-Ryan Fitzpatrick had initial conversation, price more than Denver wants to spend at this time, and they could revisit talks later.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 13, 2016
Fitzpatrick did have a breakout season with the Jets in 2015, throwing for a career-high 3,905 yards and 31 touchdowns. So he's obviously trying to strike while the iron is hot. But will anyone bite?