Joe Douglas and the Jets have used the first waves of free agency to focus heavily on the offensive line while upgrading several other positions of need on short-term “prove it” deals. With their cap space dwindling, the Jets still have a bit of wiggle room if they re-negotiate a deal or two with the additional possibility of moving on from guard Brian Winters, which would save them an additional $7.2 million.
Should the Jets free up some cash, there are still a few players worth keeping an eye on as the NFL draft approaches:
CB Logan Ryan:
Probably the least likely candidate to join Gang Green as the best cornerback on the market will probably have the highest price tag.