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Jets release quarterback Petty was released by the New York Jets on Thursday.

The New York Jets are now down to four quarterbacks. New York announced on Thursday they had released quarterback Bryce Petty.

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The New York Jets are now down to four quarterbacks.

New York announced on Thursday they had released quarterback Bryce Petty.

He has thrown four touchdowns and 10 interceptions in 10 career appearances,

and he started seven career games for New York over two seasons, posting a 1-6 record.

The Jets selected USC quarterback Sam Darnold with the third overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft.

They also re-signed veteran Josh McCown in March and acquired former

Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater days later.

Christian Hackenberg, a second-round pick out of Penn State in 2016,

is also currently on New York's roster. He has yet to appear in an NFL game.

The Jets have not made the playoffs since 2010 as they finished the last two regular seasons with a 5-11 record.

Warriors guard McCaw making 'functional progress' in recovery from spinal injury

The Golden State Warriors' Patrick McCaw is progressing well in his recovery from injury.

Golden State Warriors guard Patrick McCaw is progressing in his recovery

from a spinal injury, he suffered in a scary fall against the Sacramento Kings in March.

The Warriors released a statement on Thursday saying McCaw had been re-evaluated earlier in the day,

and is "making steady functional progress".

He has been cleared to begin modified on-court running and shooting drills.

while attempting a dunk against the Kings.

He was diagnosed with a lumbosacral bone bruise.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr called the incident "the scariest thing I've ever experienced on a basketball floor".

Just a couple of weeks ago, the 22-year-old told reporters he was having trouble sleeping because of his back pain.

McCaw, who averaged 4.0. points per game this season,

was the Warriors' second-round pick (number 38 overall) out of UNLV in the 2016 draft.

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