Mecole Hardman Jr., a hopeful addition to the Jets' offense, is becoming increasingly frustrated with his lack of playing time.

In five games this season, he's managed just one reception, gaining a mere six yards – a far cry from the impact he aimed for.

Hardman, the former Georgia standout, is eager to contribute but acknowledges that the decision is beyond his control.

He candidly stated, "It depends. If it works out for both sides, I guess, I don't know. I've never been part of this."

In a hint on social media, Hardman teased a future revelation unrelated to his current predicament.

Before joining the Jets, he made his mark with the Chiefs, accumulating 151 receptions, 2088 yards, and 16 touchdowns over four seasons.