Former Jets and Jaguars QB Mark Brunell has retired from football.
Jets GM Mike Tannenbaum confirmed the team intends to bring in a better No. 2 quarterback for the 2012 season.
Backup Jets QB Mark Brunell would like to return for a 19th NFL season in 2012.
Coach Rex Ryan expects Mark Brunell (calf) to be ready for the season opener.
Jets backup QB Mark Brunell (calf) may not be ready for Week 1.
Mark Brunell will miss the Jets' second preseason game on Sunday with a pulled calf.
Mark Brunell dislocated a finger on his left hand in Jets practice on Saturday.
Jets re-signed QB Mark Brunell to a one-year contract.
There is reportedly a "very good" chance QB Mark Brunell will re-sign with the Jets after being released Friday.
Jets released QB Mark Brunell.
Mark Brunell is probably heading into his last season, speculates ESPN.com.
Coach Rex Ryan expects his backup quarterback situation to remain the same in 2011.
Mark Brunell completed 6-of-12 passes for 110 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception in Week 17 against the Bills.
Mark Brunell is expected to start in place of Mark Sanchez (shoulder) against the Bills in Week 17.