The Jets are shaking things up in their front office in an odd turn of events on Wednesday.
Despite allowing him to make the team's offseason moves, Jets CEO Christopher Johnson told GM Mike Maccagnan that his days with the team were over. Vice president of player personnel Brian Heimerdinger was also let go by the team.
So, while new head coach Adam Gase will assume the role of interim GM, the search for Maccagnan's replacement is on. But it appears the Jets are not just searching for a new GM, but others to add to their team brass before the new season.
It was reported earlier Wednesday by ESPN's Adam Schefter that NFL Network Draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah is under "serious considerations for a prominent front-office position" within the Jets organization.
While you might be scratching your head, this isn't the first time a TV analyst made their way into a team's front office. Mike Mayock, another NFLN Draft analyst was named the Raiders' GM this offseason.
Jeremiah's career hasn't just be TV, though. He worked as a scout for the Ravens, Browns, and Eagles before joining NFLN back in 2012. And it just so happens that the Jets' top candidate for GM -- Eagles VP of player personnel Joe Douglas -- knows of Jeremiah during their time together in Baltimore.
It is also worth noting that Jeremiah was very high on Jets QB Sam Darnold when he came out of USC. He wrote a piece for NFL.com last March that had Darnold as the No. 1 quarterback in the past three draft classes. That is over Eagles current QB Carson Wentz and Rams QB Jared Goff.
So, with all the connections to the Jets, it wouldn't be crazy for Jeremiah to make his transition back to the NFL and into the offices at Florham Park.