The NY Jets continue to scour the free-agent market as we approach the middle of June. Even after making numerous notable additions in free agency and the 2022 NFL Draft, it's clear that their work isn't done quite yet.
The team still has a few positions that they'd like to address, most notably linebacker, defensive tackle, and their offensive tackle depth. Just one look at the Jets' roster would suggest that those positions need some work, but don't take my word for it.
Take it from the Jets who have reportedly hosted three free agents on visits over the last two months. Those three players — Kwon Alexander, Larry Ogunjobi, and Riley Reiff — each play one of those positions of need.
The Jets have made it clear which positions on the roster they believe still need work. Each of Alexander, Ogunjobi, and Reiff would not only fill a need, but they'd also provide much-needed veteran experience at their respective positions.
Alexander is a former Pro Bowler who has battled injuries but is tailor-made for the Jets' defensive scheme. Ogunjobi is coming off a career year and nearly signed a hefty contract this offseason. Reiff is a well-traveled veteran lineman with experience playing both left and right tackle.
Each player makes sense for the Jets in their own way, but which of the three should the organization prioritize? Let's rank each of the three Jets' rumored free-agent targets in order of how appealing they are.