5 massive trades the NY Jets can still make this offseason

The Jets can still make some big trades

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4. The NY Jets can trade for OT Cam Robinson

The Jets have already found ways to bolster their offensive line via the trade market this offseason, acquiring Morgan Moses in a swap with the Baltimore Ravens. Moses joins John Simpson as ex-Ravens who will start on the Jets' offensive line in 2024.

The Jets' work isn't over, however, as the team is still searching for an answer at left tackle. Perhaps that solution could come via a trade with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Jaguars left tackle Cam Robinson has been mentioned in trade rumors, as his team could save over $17 million by trading him this offseason. The Jaguars also have former second-round pick Walker Little waiting as a possible option to take over his job.

Robinson is a quality starting left tackle, but the Jets would likely hope for the Jaguars to eat a sizable portion of his remaining salary to facilitate a trade. Nonetheless, this is a feasible possibility for the Jets.

3. The NY Jets can trade OT Garett Bolles

Robinson isn't the only left tackle who could be on the trade market this offseason. The same is true for Denver Broncos left tackle Garett Bolles.

Bolles is entering the final year of his contract in 2024 and is set to carry a cap hit of $20 million. The cap-strapped Broncos could save $16 million by trading him to a tackle-needy team like the Jets this offseason.

Bolles has quietly been one of the better left tackles in the NFL since entering the league in 2017. He's posted a Pro Football Focus grade of 72.0 or higher in every season of his professional career.

The Broncos don't have a clear succession plan for Bolles, but given how pressed they are for cap space, it's possible they consider a trade if the price is right. This would be a home-run swing by the Jets.