Zack Wilson as seen doing extra work this summer

Zach Wilson of the New York Jets #2 takes the field against the Carolina Panthers on September 12, 2021 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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the jury is still out whether Zach Wilson is the franchise quarterback New York Jets In search of.

While he threw for 2,334 yards and nine touchdowns in his rookie season, he also had 11 interceptions and completed only 55.6 percent of his passes.

Wilson started 13 games for the Jets but won only three.

However, the blame is not entirely on him as the Jets were not expected to contest last season.

Likewise, inconsistent defense from the offensive line did not help his cause.

But the former BYU standout is doing more than anything to up his game instead of pointing a finger elsewhere.

So he attended a training camp for tight ends.

Photo shows Wilson with San Francisco 49ers tight end and tight end University founder George Kittel,

Kittle, Travis KelseyAnd Greg Olsen Established the camp as a learning ground for NFL players who play the position.

They share tips for becoming a better tight end, whether it’s in blocking or receiving.

While Wilson is the quarterback, he may have felt that TEU would help him take the next step.

Likewise, he may also happen to forge his relationship with his new tight end, CJ Uzomah,

Uzoma has experience winning with the Cincinnati Bengals and Wilson would like to make up his mind on how to do it.

More goals to work with Wilson

In addition to Uzoma, the Jets also picked Garrett Wilson in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft.

In his final year at Ohio State, Wilson had 1,058 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Those numbers earned him a part of last year’s second team All-Big Ten.

She will be an asset to the Jets’ Receiving Corps, which also has eliza moore, Corey Davis, braxton beriosAnd Denzel Mims,

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