With a 3-3 record exiting their bye week, the NY Jets are unlikely to be sellers at the trade deadline this year. The Jets have overachieved and held strong without Aaron Rodgers despite a difficult six-game stretch to begin their season.
If anything, the Jets might be in the market to make an addition or two at the deadline. Positions such as wide receiver or even the offensive line make sense as potential targets for Gang Green.
That said, this doesn't preclude the Jets from offloading some players who don't have roles this season or in the future (see: Mecole Hardman). There are a handful of players on the Jets' roster that could be dealt to another team before the deadline.
Let's take a look at four of the most likely players on the Jets roster to be traded before the end of the month.
4. Bryce Hall, CB, NY Jets
The Jets have the deepest cornerback room in the NFL. I'm not sure that statement is even arguable anymore after the likes of Bryce Hall, Craig James, and Tae Hayes stepped in and held their own against the Philadelphia Eagles duo of A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith in Week 6.
Hall has reminded Jets fans of the player they once saw as a potential future building block two years ago. The former fifth-round pick has started two games in place of the injured D.J. Reed and later Sauce Gardner, allowing just six total catches.
Still, with Gardner and Reed, along with Brandin Echols, set to return in the near future, Hall likely won't have a significant role moving forward. He's also slated to be a free agent at the end of the season, and it seems unlikely the Jets will re-sign him.
Hall is quality depth, and the Jets might look to keep him around for that reason, but if some cornerback-needy team was impressed by what they saw the last two weeks, the Jets might just receive an offer they can't refuse.