Make a decision at QB
With Jones dealing with a neck injury of which we know little about, it is unknown how or when he will come back, and when you combine this with his questionable play at times, it makes sense that the new GM may want to bring in a new QB to either replace Jones, or at least compete for the starting job.
Whether New York decides to draft, sign, or trade for a new quarterback, it certainly seems plausible a change will be made.
With this year’s draft having some notable QB’s in the middle rounds, such as Desmond Ridder out of Cincinnati, there’s no reason to think that a new general manager won’t invest a draft pick, at some point this year, in a quarterback to see what they can do with a new regime.
Regardless of whether they decide to bring in someone to potentially replace Jones or not, the new GM has to find a new backup QB if they decide to roll with Jones for one more season, with backup QB’s Mike Glennon and Jake Fromm playing horrifically this year.