The New York Jets' deal with offensive coordinator Chan Gailey has not gotten done, and there are questions as to whether it will, leaving Gailey and the Jets' futures uncertain.
"Everybody made it seem like a done deal -- everybody except me," Gailey said Monday.
Gailey, who spent the past two seasons out of the NFL after coaching the Buffalo Bills in 2012, said reports about him joining the Jets were premature and that the two sides are at a crossroads.
"Nothing's happened yet," he said.
Gailey, 63, said three other teams have talked to him about joining their staffs and he is contemplating whether to do it, as he only wants to coach with the right team in the right situation.
In 10 seasons as a coordinator and head coach, Gailey presided over two top-10 offenses -- the 1997 Pittsburgh Steelers and 1998 Dallas Cowboys -- but his teams made it to the playoffs in six of those 10 years.