Quarterback Zach Wilson did not participate in the New York Jets' voluntary offseason workouts as he continues to seek a trade, but no progress has been made on a potential deal.

Teams in next week's NFL Draft are likely to wait to see how they handle the quarterback situation with available prospects before deciding whether to go with Wilson. Jets general manager Joe Douglas told reporters Friday that he has been in talks with other teams but nothing positive has happened.

"Zach Wilson is a valuable asset, but we're also open to trading Zach," Douglas said, via ESPN's Rich Cimini. "There have been discussions. Not much has changed since we met in Florida, but we're open to trading him. But there is nothing to report on that."

Wilson participated in offseason workouts in his previous three seasons with the Jets. His absence this time around suggests he doesn't see a roster spot and is showing his frustration that a trade didn't materialize.

The Jets have already filled the backup QB spot behind Aaron Rodgers, signing free agent Tyrod Taylor to a two-year deal worth up to $18 million. Taylor, a 13-year veteran, is expected to provide a much more reliable option if Rodgers is unable to play.

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Last season Wilson showed inconsistency and a lack of progression when he played. The third-year pro completed 60% of his passes for 2,271 yards, eight touchdowns and seven interceptions in 12 games (11 starts). The Jets went 4-7 when he played.