For the ninth straight year, the New York Jets are not in the postseason. If the team wants to flip the script in 2020 they’ll have to make some big changes.
Right now the green and white are hovering around $60 million in cap space heading into the offseason. Although they have a chance to create some more green by trimming some of the fat on the roster.
There are several obvious cap casualties that the team will say goodbye to this offseason to create some more cap flexibility.
Trumaine Johnson, cornerback
This will be the easiest decision the New York Jets make this offseason.