The New York Jets have been getting their first glimpse of how their young quarterback, Jacoby Brissett, will fit in as a pro player.

The Jets have hired Kennedy Driving School to help develop quarterbacks who can play with a team of experienced players.

The New York native will work closely with the team’s coaches, quarterbacks and other team personnel in a two-week period, as well as the head coach of the team, general manager John Idzik.

Brissett will be working with the Jets for the first two weeks, working with quarterbacks coach Scott Wells and offensive coordinator Bill Lazor, who will be joining Brisset for the three-week process.

Brittles’ hiring comes at a time when quarterbacking has been a hot topic in the NFL.

He led the Jets to a 23-7 season in 2016 and has shown an ability to be a clutch passer, as evidenced by his passer rating of 108.6.

While it is important to develop quarterbacks with coaches and other personnel, the Jets also have to focus on the position as the Jets’ offense struggles to stay healthy.

The Jets are in a rebuilding mode at quarterback, and they are looking to make a splash to get that done.

Brissetts’ coaching staff and teammates will be in New York for a couple weeks, before heading to San Diego, where the Jets will play their final game on Sunday against the Chargers.