The NY Jets have 39 new players on their roster that weren't on the team a year ago. 22 of them are rookies.
Yearly roster turnover is a common occurrence for NFL teams, but the Jets are not only bringing in new blood to revamp a two-win team, but they are also installing an entirely new offense and defense.
And the green and white might not be done adding new players, as evidenced by the recent signing of defensive end Ronald Blair, who is reuniting with his former coach Robert Saleh.
The Jets could still be in the market for veteran players at quarterback, offensive line, and cornerback, among other positions.
The post-June period in the NFL is an active time where veterans find their way onto teams right before training camps begin.
The Jets have one of the youngest rosters in all of football and are still in evaluation mode during ongoing OTA workouts this month, followed by a mandatory minicamp from June 15-17.
Come Week 1 of the NFL season, the Jets could have as many as 12-18 new starters from a year ago. There are so many starting spots up for grabs, and the competition figures to be heated and wide open.
Here is an early look at the New York Jets' projected depth chart on offense, defense, and special teams.