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Sport Josh McCown hilariously revealed he signed Jets contract at Chick-fil-A

04:14  15 march  2018
04:14  15 march  2018 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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Josh McCown hilariously revealed he signed Jets contract at Chick - fil - A . The quarterback revealed that he was sitting in a Chick - fil - A parking lot waiting for his food, and he shared a For those wondering where the pen and paper is, per ESPN, McCown said he signed the deal with an

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Josh McCown signed his contract with the New York Jets at an interesting location after NFL free agency began on Wednesday. The quarterback revealed that he was sitting in a Chick-fil-A parking lot waiting for his food, and he shared a photo of the moment on social media.

How great is this?

For those wondering where the pen and paper is, per ESPN, McCown said he signed the deal with an electronic signature on his phone. Also, notice the fantastic photo cred that goes to his son, Aiden.

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Josh McCown inked his one-year, million deal with the Jets while waiting for his food at a Chick - fil - A because why not? The following day, McCown posted a photo of himself on his Twitter account, signing the new contract on his smartphone as he waits for his food from Chick - fil - A .

A hungry Josh McCown signed his new deal with the New York Jets while he was waiting to get some food at Chick - fil - A .

The deal was reported the day before.

It doesn't look like the fast food place has responded yet, but I'm thinking this deserves some free meals for his family.

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