3 Notable Players The New York Jets Could Cut Before The Regular Season

The New York Jets have already made a flurry of moves this offseason, including a good number of cuts. We all know that cuts are a major part of the NFL preseason, and as we approach the start of training camp, which notable Jets may be the best to be released? Here are the three most likely:

NEXT READ: Here Are All The New York Jets' Undrafted Free Agents

1) Christian Hackenberg, QB

Christian Hackenberg has been a huge disappointment since the Jets drafted him in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Hackenberg has yet to see the field and with the Jets selecting Sam Darnold third overall in the 2018 NFL Draft this means Hackenberg is a goner.

2) Thomas Rawls, RB

Rawls is entering his first offseason with the Jets after spending the last three years with the Seahawks. The 24-year-old has struggled the past two seasons averaging only 3.2 yards per carry in 2016 and 2.7 in 2017. Rawls has battled injuries throughout his career and if he doesn't impress the coaching staff during training camp he will likely be cut.

3) Charles Johnson, WR

The Jets signed wide receiver Charles Johnson this offseason after he failed to impress in Carolina. Johnson's best season came in 2014 when he hauled in 31 catches for 475 yards, and two touchdowns. Johnson played three years with the Vikings before heading to Carolina where he totaled 60 receptions for 834 yards and two touchdowns in his time in Minnesota.

Stick with us in the Chat Sports app or follow NFL by Chat Sports on Facebook to be the 1st to know every breaking story and all the rumors on the NFL!

FOLLOW: Mitchell Renz is the Senior Writer & On-Air Host at Chat Sports. Check out his article archive and live videos on Chat Sports Facebook page. Please follow him on Twitter @MitchellRenz365. 

Back to the New York Jets Newsfeed

Related Topics: jets cuts, Christian Hackenberg, Charles Johnson, New York Jets News, New York Jets, Jets Rumors, Thomas Rawls, New York Jets Rumors, Jets News, Jets 2018