While we await confirmation of the undrafted free agent signings and corresponding cuts, the Jets have apparently made another minor move:
The Jets claimed QB Luke Falk off of waivers from Miami, per source. He stays in the division.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) May 2, 2019
Falk, who at one stage looked like he was going to be a first-round pick, had a rough senior year and hasn't bounced back since being in the NFL. He eventually went in the sixth round to Tennessee, but didn't make their roster. He had completed 32 of 58 passes for 296 yards, one touchdown and one interception in four preseason games.
He's apparently a big fan of Tom Brady on whom he supposedly models his game.
Falk will probably just be an extra camp arm, but if the Jets opt to carry three quarterbacks or get an injury, then he'll battle with Davis Webb and Brandon Silvers for a spot.