Zach Wilson lists New Jersey townhome for nearly $1 million with Jets trade coming

Zach Wilson is getting ready for life after the Jets.

The NFL quarterback has put his Morris County townhouse on the market for nearly $1 million, The Post confirmed.

Wilson’s soon-to-be former home in Florham Park, N.J., is a three-bedroom, two-bath condo that includes a master bedroom with a bathroom that has “ensuite bath & custom walk-in closets plus convenient bedroom level laundry with washer & dryer included.”

Zach Wilson is putting his New Jersey townhouse on the market. Matthew McDermott
Zach Wilson is putting his New Jersey townhouse on the market. Matthew McDermott
An image of Zach Wilson’s property listing.
An image of Zach Wilson’s property listing.
Zach Wilson’s Jets era is coming to a close. Bill Kostroun/New York Post
Zach Wilson’s Jets era is coming to a close. Bill Kostroun/New York Post

The unit also includes a gas fireplace, stainless steel appliances and a media room.

The $950,000 unit also has a monthly HOA fee of $465 and an annual $12,047 tax bill.

The unit has been on the market for seven days, according to a listing on Realtor.

The Jets’ No. 2 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft was granted permission to seek a trade, general manager Joe Douglas confirmed to reporters last month.

However, things have remained somewhat silent since late February.

An image of Zach Wilson’s property listing.
An image of Zach Wilson’s property listing.
The home is a short drive from the Jets’ facility. Matthew McDermott
The home is a short drive from the Jets’ facility. Matthew McDermott
Zach Wilson was the Jets’ second overall pick in 2021. Getty Images
Zach Wilson was the Jets’ second overall pick in 2021. Getty Images

CBS Sports NFL insider Jonathan Jones reported earlier this week that the Broncos had discussed Wilson as a possible quarterback option.

Jets star Sauce Gardner voiced his support of Wilson earlier this month after an X account that aggregates NFL news cited a rumor that “no team has expressed much interest” in Wilson.

“This has to be cap. Zach is a BALLER,” Gardner wrote on X, adding a hundred points emoji. “All he needs is time to throw the ball and if for whatever reason he don’t have it, he can get it done with his legs.”

Wilson’s time with the Jets never materialized as anyone had hoped it would, with Wilson completing 57 percent of his passes for 6,293 yards, 23 touchdowns and 25 interceptions in his tenure.

He had been expected to serve as a backup for Aaron Rodgers this past season but was thrust back into the starter role after the future Hall of Famer was lost for the season four plays into the season opener.