Jets Won't Release QB Zach Wilson Who Put NJ Condo On Market

New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson, who is selling his condominium in Florham Park, may want to call his real estate agent.

Zach Wilson listed his Morris County townhouse for nearly $1 million. 

Zach Wilson listed his Morris County townhouse for nearly $1 million. 

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Wilson had put his condo on the market for $950,000 as he expected to say goodbye to Gang Green after three uninspiring seasons that saw him fail to live up expectations as the #2 pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. 

But Jets owner Woody Johnson has other plans.

While Johnson said the team is still exploring a trade for the Brigham Young University graduate, the team will not release him.

"If we don't trade him, we're gonna keep him," Johnson said at an NFL owners meeting in Orlando on Monday, May 25.

Johnson said he felt badly for Wilson after the 2023 season, where he was expected to be Aaron Rodgers' backup, only for Rodgers to tear his ACL after just four snaps.

"He's been in the fire from day one," Johnson said. "He needs to be in a place where he can observe for a while, and he's got the skill, he can do everything. There's a reason we drafted him at #2 overall, and I have confidence that he'll get there, at some point. From his standpoint, it's probably better if he gets to a new place and he can wipe the slate clean."

The three-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom Florham Park home boasts an island kitchen, a gas fireplace, ceramic tile floors and a media and utility room, according to the listing.

And if any New York Jets are looking to buy the home, it is less than four miles from Gang Green's practice facility.

Wilson bought the home in 2022 for $865,000. The condo comes with a $465 HOA fee and will set you back $12,000 in property taxes.

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