Mark Sanchez or Geno Smith? Rex Ryan is in no rush to decide.
So, for those expecting the New York Jets to figure out their quarterback situation by the end of next week's minicamp, you'll have to wait a while longer.
''I don't think we're close to that right now,'' Ryan said Wednesday after the team's final session of organized team activities open to the media.
''Obviously, the process is, I don't have to make that move,'' Ryan added. ''Until we feel 100 percent comfortable with that decision, then we'll just leave it to the competition.''
Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg recently suggested he hoped a front-runner would emerge early, but Ryan is content with letting it play out into training camp, which begins in late-July. Sanchez is the incumbent trying to revive his career, and Smith is the hotshot rookie who many believe is the future of the franchise.
''It's way too early to say,'' Ryan said. ''Some days, this guy looks good, and some days this guy looks good.''