Breece Hall is practically begging the NY Jets to sign an OL

Breece Hall can't believe the Jets haven't signed an OL yet
Breece Hall
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The NY Jets weren't expected to be among the top spenders in free agency this offseason. While the team has obvious needs at wide receiver and along the offensive line, general manager Joe Douglas hasn't shown a willingness to be aggressive in free agency.

That trend has seemingly continued into this offseason, as the Jets have yet to make a single external signing after the opening of the legal tampering period on Monday. At the time of writing, the only new addition to the Jets roster is cornerback Isaiah Oliver, who was signed on Sunday.

One individual who doesn't seem particularly happy with this development is running back Breece Hall. Hall took to social media on Monday to express his...let's call it surprise...that the Jets haven't signed an offensive lineman yet.

Hall is clearly hoping to see his team improve their offensive line and, in turn, make his life easier. That hasn't happened yet, though, and many of the top names are already off the market.

Breece Hall doesn't seem happy with the NY Jets free agency approach

The Jets enter free agency with a number of holes on their offensive line. The release of Laken Tomlinson has left three vacancies in the Jets' starting offensive line, and Hall is well aware of that.

At the moment, the only two penciled-in starters on the Jets' offensive line are Joe Tippmann and Alijah Vera Tucker, the latter of which doesn't have a solidified position and has played just 12 games over the last two seasons.

Despite the Jets' numerous offensive line issues in 2023, Hall still ranked as one of the most productive and efficient running backs in football. The former second-round pick finished fourth in the NFL in scrimmage yards, averaging an excellent 4.5 yards per carry.

It's worth wondering just how productive Hall might be with a halfway competent offensive line. Hall is probably wondering the same thing.

Unfortunately, the Jets haven't made a move for, well, anyone just yet. They've seen the likes of Robert Hunt, Jonah Jackson, Kevin Dotson, and Graham Glasgow, among others, sign with new teams this offseason. Hunt was reportedly a target for the Jets, but they were outbid.

It's hard to blame Hall for wanting his team to bolster the position group most responsible for his success, especially given what he was forced to deal with last season.

The Jets are being patient with their approach to the free-agent market, but Hall and many Jets fans aren't having it.