Former Michigan QB Chad Henne was inquired about by the New York Jets on Tuesday, according to a report from NFL Insider Jordan Schultz. Henne last played for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2022.

Henne has since retired from the NFL, but the Jets are searching for a backup quarterback after Aaron Rodgers suffered a torn Achilles tendon on Monday Night Football.

Henne’s NFL career started in 2008 after being drafted by the Miami Dolphins out of Michigan. Henne also spent time with the Jacksonville Jaguars from 2012-2017.

Henne and New York Jets offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett are familiar with each other dating back to their time on the Jaguars.

Henne had a memorable moment in the playoffs from his time in Kansas City. He came in for the injured Patrick Mahomes and had a clutch 4th-down conversion to secure the win over the Cleveland Browns in the 2020 Divisional Round.

The Chiefs made it to the Super Bowl that year after Mahomes returned for the AFC Championship. They eventually lost to Tom Brady’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Super Bowl 31-9.