The Jets have brought in yet another quarterback this offseason, as former Titans and Dolphins QB Luke Falk will join the team for training camp, per ESPN's Rich Cimini.
Falk already has a Jets connection in head coach Adam Gase, as he played for the Dolphins last season. He wasn't on the field, though, with an injury keeping him out most of the year.
A former sixth-round pick out of Washington State, Falk began last season with the Titans before moving on to Miami. He has yet to play in a regular-season game.
Falk is now the fifth quarterback on the Jets roster. Trevor Siemian and Brandon Silvers also joined Gang Green with Davis Webb and starter Sam Darnold in the crowded quarterbacks room.
Falk was a gunslinger at Washington State over his four seasons, totaling 14,481 yards and 119 touchdowns to 39 interceptions in 42 games.