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Carolina Panthers quarterback Sam Darnold hasn’t committed to getting the COVID-19 vaccine just yet despite the league’s push to get more players vaccinated, saying he needs to "evaluate" what’s best for him.
All eyes will be on Sam Darnold in his debut with the Carolina Panthers as he’s set to take on the New York Jets and star rookie Zach Wilson in Week 1 – but the quarterback doesn’t seem too concerned about facing his former team.
The Carolina Panthers tested out a new and unique new look on social media Thursday thanks to quarterback Sam Darnold.
It’s a widely known fact in the sports world that New York can be one of the most challenging atmospheres to play in -- this is especially true for struggling franchises like the New York Jets.
Zach Wilson will likely be suiting up for the New York Jets next season but one Salt Lake City newspaper is doing its best to appeal the No. 2 pick.
Darnold said he expected to spend his career playing in New York after the Jets drafted him with the No. 3 overall pick in 2018
Sam Darnold’s departure from New York was not a decision made lightly but the hardest part came at the end, when Jets general manager Joe Douglas had to make the call and tell his young quarterback that he would be heading to Carolina to start a new journey with the Panthers.
New York Jets general manager Joe Douglas said they contemplated keeping Sam Darnold on but ultimately decided it “wouldn’t be the best situation” for the young quarterback’s future.
New York Jets star safety Marcus Maye doesn’t seem to share in the idea that quarterback Sam Darnold was the reason for the team’s constant woes.