The NY Jets made quite a few additions to their roster in the offseason, as was always going to be the case following a disastrous 2-14 campaign a year ago.
The coaching staff was overhauled, the roster was revamped, and the entire organization has a new-look feel to it.
With a new head coach, quarterback, and numerous other pieces on both sides of the ball, hopes are high that the Jets will improve drastically both in 2021 and beyond.
However, it's not as if the entire roster was fixed in one offseason.
This is a team that lost its first 13 games last season, and while some of that was due to a coaching staff in over its head, the Jets' roster was undoubtedly one of the worst in football.
As such, there are plenty of holes remaining on the current roster.
With roughly $25 million in cap space, the Jets have plenty of money to play with if they want to make another addition or two before the start of the 2021 season.
Last week, we took a look at five free agents who would instantly improve the Jets' roster. Today, we explore four more players who, while they might not be likely additions, would certainly improve the current state of the team.