4 former NY Jets who still need a team for the 2022 season

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The NY Jets had a pretty active free-agency period inking deals with a number of new players including Pro Bowl guard Laken Tomlinson, cornerback D.J. Reed, and a pair of tight ends in C.J. Uzomah and Tyler Conklin, among many other moves.

The Jets were also able to keep a few of their own players with the most notable re-signing coming in the form of standout wide receiver and return specialist, Braxton Berrios.

Berrios will look to build off a career year in 2021 that saw him earn first-team All-Pro honors as a return man as well as post career-high numbers across the board as a receiver.

Elsewhere, the Jets retained a few depth pieces with players like Joe Flacco, Lamarcus Joyner, Conor McDermott, Nathan Shepherd, and a few others re-signing.

While most of those moves won't exactly move the needle, the Jets were able to fill out the back-end of their roster heading into the draft. At this point, the majority of the Jets' unrestricted free agents have been signed, whether by the Jets or another team.

Marcus Maye left to sign a three-year deal with the New Orleans Saints. Folorunso Fatukasi was a part of the Jacksonville Jaguars' massive spending spree. Jamison Crowder landed with the Jets' division rivals in Buffalo.

Even some of the lower-profile players like Ryan Griffin and Jarrad Davis have found new homes. But there are still a few former Jets who remain unsigned through almost two weeks of April.

Let's take a look at four former Jets who still need a new home for the 2022 season.