The NY Jets have made a number of signings so far this offseason, primarily offensive linemen. Let’s take a look at the top three moves the team has made to this point.
The NY Jets have followed through on their promise to address the offensive line in free agency as the position makes up the vast majority of the team’s signings so far this offseason.
This strategy is vastly different from the strategy employed by former general manager Mike Maccagnan. Whereas Maccagnan was willing to pay top dollar to land high-profile names on the market, new general manager Joe Douglas has taken a different approach.
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Douglas has remained steadfast in his initial valuations, refusing to pay more than necessary. It’s led to the team missing out on some highly-touted free agents, but maybe that’s for the best.
It’s hard to be displeased with the free-agent haul the Jets have landed so far — even if it isn’t a flashy group. On top of that, the team has also made a few key re-signings which helps keep the best of last year’s roster in green and white.
For this list, we will be considering both external signings and internal re-signings as we take a look at the top three moves the Jets have made through the first week of free agency.