Geno Smith has been bouncing from team to team since his stint with the New York Jets came to a close in 2016. He's since played for the Giants and Chargers, serving primarily as a backup QB.


Smith has just booked his next backup gig, as the former Jets gunslinger is expected to sign with the Seattle Seahawks, per ESPN's Jordan Raanan.


Smith is set to join his fourth team in four seasons, where he will compete to be on clipboard duty for Russell Wilson and Seattle's offense.


The 28-year-old started 30 games across four seasons for the Jets, amassing 28 touchdown passes and 36 interceptions while throwing for 5,962 yards. Since 2015, however, Smith has only recorded two starts in the league.


Smith will join a quarterback room that features the likes of Wilson, Paxton Lynch and Taryn Christion. He will compete with Lynch and Christion to be named the team's No. 2 quarterback.


The Jets drafted Smith with the No. 39 overall pick in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft out of the University of West Virginia where he threw 98 touchdown passes to just 21 interceptions as a three-year starter.