NY Jets: 4 more veterans on offense in danger of being cut this summer

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The NY Jets are expected to have a number of interesting roster battles this summer. After an offseason of turnover, there are a handful of veterans who could be clinging on to roster spots over the coming months.

While there are a few intriguing position battles on defense, the offensive side of the ball is home to the more compelling competitions.

That's likely a product of the massive changes the Jets saw on offense this past offseason.

The Jets host a new-look wide receiver corps following the additions of Corey Davis, Keelan Cole, and Elijah Moore. The offensive line has been revamped with the selection of Alijah Vera-Tucker.

And, of course, the unit will now be led by a new man under center — that being second overall pick Zach Wilson.

The Jets' offense will look vastly different in 2021 in no small part due to a mass influx of young talent. That influx is exciting for fans who want to see some semblance of offensive competence this season.

But it could be bad news for the returning veterans who are looking to hold on to their jobs.

Last week, we took a look at four offensive veterans who are in danger of getting cut this summer. As it turns out, there are a few more that we could discuss.

Let's explore four more veterans on offense who could be released within the next few months.