The tougher it is for Sam Darnold, the better it is for the Jets. The No. 3 pick is presumably the quarterback the team’s decision-makers hope wins the starting job this preseason, but there are factors working against him: a brief training camp holdout, a general manager and coach who have yet to make the...
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Ray Lucas: It’s good Sam Darnold has to fight for No. 1 job
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