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3 outside-the-box trade proposals the NY Jets could explore post-draft

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After an exciting 2022 NFL Draft in which NY Jets' fans saw the front office select cornerback "Sauce Gardner at No. 4, Ohio State wideout Garrett Wilson at No. 10, edge rusher Jermaine Johnson at No. 26, and countless other promising young talents, the future looks bright for Gang Green.

Not only did the Jets' front office fill gaping holes throughout the defense, but they also did so with later-round draft picks as well including tight end Jeremy Ruckert from Ohio State with the 101st pick.

Not only is Ruckert a Long Island native, but he was also considered to be one of the top tight ends in this year's draft. With the Long Island native now staying in New York, the excitement only builds for this roster.

Ruckert is a prime example of young talent on this roster that is itching to take a jab at starting spots. Eventually, these young players taking on more important roles on the roster will allow the front office to be able to move on from veteran or plain average players.

With that being said, here are three trades the Jets could make following the conclusion of the 2022 NFL Draft.

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