FLORHAM PARK, N.J.Leonard Williams Jersey (AP) The New York Jets wrapped up training camp and their quarterback situation appears to be the same as it did a month ago.

Well, sort of.

Josh McCown remains the front-runner to start,Brandon Marshall Jersey Christian Hackenberg made some progress and Bryce Petty is third on the depth chart. But the past week or so left several questions about what exactly is going on in the minds of coach Todd Bowles and his staff.

”I’ll see how they play Saturday night,” Bowles said of the preseason game against the Giants,Eric Decker Jersey ”and I’ll make (a decision) after that.”

McCown has been the assumed starter since he signed a one-year, $6 million deal in the offseason. He got the bulk of the snaps at the position throughout the offseason and early in training camp.Matt Forte Jersey

But the 38-year-old veteran has played just one series in the preseason, a touchdown drive in the opener against Tennessee.

Since then, Hackenberg and Petty have gotten the bulk of the work in practices – leaving McCown to go through mental reps on the side. McCown took no snaps with the starting offense in team drills on Thursday, the last practice before Saturday night’s game.

”I trust that Coach Bowles has a vision for this team and a plan for how he’s evaluating everything,” McCown said.Darrelle Revis Jersey ”And I support that. I’ll take the reps when I get them and go from there.”

McCown acknowledged that he and the other quarterbacks were made aware of how the practice week would go, and he wouldn’t rule out playing this weekend despite the lack of practice snaps. Bowles, however, has not shared that plan with reporters, opting to remain evasive when asked about the quarterback situation.