FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Bryce Petty is in the middle of a three-way quarterback competition that many believe is truly just a two-man race.
And, he’s the odd-man out.
“I mean, it’s OTAs,” Petty said Tuesday after the New York Jets’ fourth practice of organized team activities. “How do you have an underdog?”
Well, there’s Josh McCown, the veteran mentor who appears to be the front-runner to start in the season opener at Buffalo on Sept. 10.
There’s also Christian Hackenberg, the second-round draft pick from a year ago who has never played in a regular-season game and may or may not be the future of the franchise.
Then, there’s Petty, who barely made the roster last year and could face a similar uncertainty this summer.
“I don’t feel like No. 3,” Petty…