The Jets have expressed interest in linebacker Zach Orr, who is attempting to resume his NFL career based on positive news he received from his doctors about his congenital neck and spine condition. Orr’s agent, Robert Sheets, told The Post on Thursday the Jets have reached out to him about Orr and that the two...
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