The New York Jets owner Zachary Alrecht, the first owner of the NFL’s Jets franchise, has been in the spotlight recently.
Alrecht was the keynote speaker at the annual convention of the American Football League, and he and his wife have been at the center of a growing national debate over the future of the franchise.
The Jets franchise was sold to a group led by the son of Alrech’s longtime business partner, Peter Albrech, in 2012.
In the aftermath of the sale, Alreches family has been at odds with the team’s ownership group, which owns a controlling interest in the team.
The Alrecks have been among the most vocal critics of the owners plan to move the franchise to Minnesota, saying they’ve been denied opportunities to host the franchise in the state.
The family has also expressed disappointment with the franchise’s move to Jacksonville, Fla., from New York City.
The team announced it will move to Minnesota in 2018, but not the city.
The New York Post reported Wednesday that Alrechests daughter, Zoe, will take over as the team owner, taking over the team from her father.
The paper quoted Albreches daughter as saying, “I am excited to be able to take the team to Minnesota.
The Jets are a wonderful team, and I believe the fans will love this team and be excited to see the new players on the field.
I look forward to helping build this great franchise in New Jersey.”
The Albrecks have had mixed feelings about the move.
The Alrecs have owned the team for 15 years and are the owners of the Jets.
However, the team has struggled in recent years, winning only 11 games over that time period.
Albrech has a history of taking on controversial decisions in sports.
He’s taken to Twitter to comment on the Orlando shooting, but later deleted his posts after a fan wrote about him and his family.
He recently criticized President Donald Trump for his handling of the Orlando nightclub shooting, and said he thinks Trump should apologize to the family of a man who died in the shooting.