8. NY Jets target: Bradley Bozeman, C
The Jets already upgraded their interior offensive line in a big way signing Laken Tomlinson, but perhaps they could still look to further solidify the unit.
7. NY Jets target: D.J. Chark, WR
The wide receiver market has exploded meaning that it seems unlikely the Jets make a move for one of the top players at the position. If they do, however, D.J. Chark could be high atop their list.
At just 25-years-old, Chark has a 1,000-yard season under his belt and is in desperate need of a change of scenery. He'll get that this offseason, whether with the Jets or another team.
*D.J. Chark has reportedly signed with the Detroit Lions*
6. NY Jets target: Cordarrelle Patterson, WR/RB
Cordarrelle Patterson would be such a fun player in this Jets' offense. The journeyman special-teamer experienced a bit of a breakout at age 30 last season emerging as a true playmaker in the Atlanta Falcons' offense.
Patterson could serve as a depth receiver, power running back, gadget player, and core special-teamer if the Jets sign him. The Berrios re-signing makes this one less likely too, but it's still fun to imagine Patterson in this offense.
5. NY Jets target: Jordan Whitehead, S
If the Jets miss out on the top safeties on the market, Jordan Whitehead is probably their best bet in tier two. The 24-year-old is more of a typical strong safety who does his best work around the box.
He would be a great fit in Robert Saleh's scheme filling the role that Marcus Maye did last year. Whitehead remains a very realistic target for the Jets.