The NY Jets have made some serious noise in free agency this offseason signing impact players on both sides of the ball. The additions of players like Laken Tomlinson and D.J. Reed will go a long way toward improving a roster that was among the worst in the NFL a year ago.
Tomlinson should help solidify an offensive line that has the potential to be one of the better units in the league. Reed will bolster a secondary that hosts a number of young promising pieces.
The Jets weren't just active in bringing in new players, however. Somewhat surprisingly, the Jets opted to re-sign quite a few of their own internal free agents as well.
Players like Braxton Berrios, Lamarcus Joyner, Nathan Shepherd, Nick Bawden, Dan Feeney, Conor McDermott, Will Parks, and Joe Flacco further fill out the depth on the roster. And that's not even including RFA tenders such as Mike White.
The Jets seem primed to head into the 2022 NFL Draft with fewer holes and more depth than they had a month ago, and that's always a good thing. But could they do even more?
While we could probably rule out any potential major free-agent additions at this stage, the Jets could still look to re-sign a few more players who had roles last season.
Let's take a look at four Jets free agents who could still be brought back this offseason.