Jets QB Sam Darnold on Tuesday shed light on the learning curve he has experienced during his transition to the NFL.
"It hasn't been super easy to adjust but it's all the same plays," Darnold said on the first day of the Jets' mandatory minicamp. "It's just getting used to the different terminology... being able to picture the play in my head when it's called makes it easier to call it in the huddle."
Darnold, the Jets' first round pick this year, earned about 12 first-team reps, according to Newsday. QB Josh McCown led the pack with around 20 first-team reps, while Teddy Bridgewater also had a handful of first-team snaps.
The 21-year-old Darnold threw 57 touchdowns and 22 interceptions in his last two seasons with USC.