According to the New York Daily News, the "feeling in league circles" is that Geno Smith will hire Jay-Z's Roc Nation as his new representation.
According to the New York Post, the Jets are "smitten" with Geno Smith, and it's "beginning to look more and more (likely)" he'll win the starting job.
ESPN's Ron Jaworski said Geno Smith was the only quarterback he had with a first-round grade in the draft.
Owner Woody Johnson said second-round QB Geno Smith "got a very high score" from the Jets in intangibles.
Jets rookie QB Geno Smith went 4-1 as a starter in cold-weather games (40 degrees or below) at West Virginia.
ESPN New York reports at least one quarterback-needy team passed on Geno Smith in the top-ten picks because he displayed a "diva attitude" during a pre-draft visit.
A source "close to Geno Smith" tells Deadspin he fired his agents because they "handled him like a potential high pick," advising him to do things like skip the Senior Bowl.
Several NFL executives who spent "extensive time" with Jets rookie Geno Smith before the draft believe Smith faces significant NFL roadblocks because he's "tuned out" and fails to realize he doesn't know everything.
GM John Idzik insists the Jets won't rush No. 38 pick Geno Smith's development.
The New York Daily News reports No. 38 pick Geno Smith has fired his agents over "displeasure (with) his draft position."
Jets selected West Virginia QB Geno Smith with the No. 39 overall pick.
ESPN's Sal Paolantonio reported on SportsCenter Friday that the Jets are trying to trade up in the draft's second round, and are "pretty clearly" targeting West Virginia QB Geno Smith.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Jets have made calls to "multiple teams" about trading up from No. 39 in an attempt to select a quarterback.
NFL.com's Gil Brandt reports the Eagles (No. 35) and Jets (No. 39) are expected to take quarterbacks with their second-round picks, and that three QBs are likely to come off the board between picks 33-39.