Zach Wilson of the Jets looks to pass during a...

Zach Wilson of the Jets looks to pass during a game against the Titans at MetLife Stadium on Sunday. Credit: Jim McIsaac

Safety Marcus Maye is facing three charges stemming from a driving under the influence arrest in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in February, according to Broward County court records.

Maye allegedly was involved in a car accident and is being charged with DUI, DUI with damage to another property or person, and leaving the scene of a crash, the Feb. 23 booking report states.

There will be a hearing through Zoom on Oct. 20.

ESPN was the first to report the charges.

Maye could face suspension under the NFL’s personal-conduct policy. NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said the league is reviewing the matter. A Jets spokesman said, "We aren’t commenting, as it is a pending league matter."

Maye, 28, is in his fifth season with the Jets. He’s playing this season on a $10.6 million franchise tag and currently is sidelined with an ankle injury.

Wilson wows teammates

Zach Wilson’s long touchdown pass to Corey Davis was even more mind-blowing after the Jets saw it on tape Monday.

Wilson rolled right, directed Davis to go deep and fired a 53-yard strike to his receiver in the end zone. Wilson’s accuracy, vision and arm strength wowed running back Tevin Coleman.

"I was like, ‘How did you even see that? How did you even know you could throw that? You didn’t even throw it as hard as you could,’ " Coleman said Monday. "It looked like he just tossed it up there and it went like 60. I was like, ‘Wow, that’s crazy.’ He can launch that thing. That was real good to see that."

Coleman also liked the resilience Wilson showed to bounce back from a rough start to his first NFL season and to Sunday’s game. He started 2-for-7 for 5 yards and one interception. Wilson went 19-for-27 for 292 yards and two touchdowns the rest of the way.

"I’ve seen a lot of leadership, a lot of confidence," Coleman said. "He didn’t give up. He went out there and he did his thing and threw that ball like he can. It was real good to see that. It was real awesome, and it was dope."

Congrats from Shanahan

Robert Saleh received congratulatory texts and calls after his first win as a head coach, including one from his old boss, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan. They started in San Francisco together in 2017 and lost their first nine games.

"He gave me a cool text this morning and said, ‘Hey, at least you didn’t have to wait until as long as we did,’ " Saleh said.

Injury news

Saleh said WR Elijah Moore is close to coming out of the concussion protocol. He was injured Sept. 26 in Denver. Moore could return Sunday . . . WR Jeff Smith remains in concussion protocol from a car accident last week. CB Brandin Echols is in the protocol from a hit Sunday.

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