The New York Jets will likely experience a ton of roster overhaul this offseason. And these five players could ultimately become cap casualties as a result.
The New York Jets 2019 season hasn’t exactly gone as planned. You could blame injuries, poor coaching, or whatever you’d like, the results just haven’t been there on the field.
In fact, the Jets’ struggles extend beyond their injuries woes and coaching difficulties. Not that those aren’t legitimate issues because they most certainly are. Rather, the Jets simply aren’t a good team for a different, more concrete reason.
They have a poorly construed roster put together as a result of years of mismanagement from the front office. And with new general manager Joe Douglas now calling the shots, you better believe that he’s going to do his best to completely reshape the roster as we know it.
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This is his team now and he’s going to make that abundantly clear this offseason.
As such, we should expect to see plenty of roster upheaval in the coming months with a number of players cut free from their contracts in an effort to create additional cap space.
Here are five of the most likely Jets players to be cut this offseason.