4. The NY Jets could target Allen Lazard
Allen Lazard received an opportunity to be the Packers' WR1 in 2022 following the departure of Davante Adams. While Lazard proved that he shouldn't be a top target in an offense, he still put together a career year.
The Iowa State product finished with 60 catches for 788 yards and six touchdowns as Green Bay's No. 1 receiver. Now a free agent, Lazard is expected to have a pretty sizable market.
Lazard makes a ton of sense as a replacement for Davis, given his size and similar skill set. He's also hinted at following Rodgers to his next destination.
Don't be surprised if the Jets target Lazard this offseason, even if they don't land Rodgers. But if they do, this one just makes too much sense.
3. The NY Jets could target Odell Beckham Jr.
Odell Beckham is going to have his fair share of options this offseason. The Jets were one of a host of teams to attend his workout on Friday, and it seems as though there's some smoke about him potentially returning to New York.
Sauce Gardner FaceTimed Beckham before his workout, clearly doing his part to recruit the former All-Pro wide receiver. CBS Sports' Josina Anderson hinted at Beckham joining Rodgers and Hackett in New York back in January, and it should be noted that Anderson has long been on top of OBJ news.
If the Jets do trade for Rodgers, they will likely become one of the top landing spots for Beckham. The former Giants receiver hasn't played since Super Bowl LVI when he tore his ACL for the second time, but if healthy, he could still be one of the most dynamic receivers in football.
Medicals will be important here, but if they check out, a Rodgers/Beckham pairing in New York is something to be excited about, especially with Garrett Wilson and Elijah Moore already under contract.