The Jet Press Podcast: Best WR targets, Mecole Hardman, and draft spotlight

  • Mecole Hardman shines
  • Which WR should the Jets target?
  • Most beloved Jets players
  • 2024 NFL Draft spotlight

Brandon Aiyuk
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In the latest episode of The Jet Press Podcast, Justin Fried and Mike Luciano discuss Mecole Hardman's Super Bowl heroics, which wide receiver the NY Jets should target this offseason, our most beloved Jets players, and our weekly NFL Draft spotlight.

The show began with a discussion about Hardman and his Super Bowl heroics this past weekend. Hardman will forever be entrenched in Kansas City Chiefs lore, and his brief stint with the Jets will be just a tiny anecdote in franchise history.

Did the Jets make a mistake trading Hardman to the Chiefs? Should he have never been signed in the first place? Justin and Mike discussed it.

Speaking of wide receivers, the Jets will be in the market for help at that position this offseason. From Davante Adams to Mike Evans to now even Brandon Aiyuk, there is no shortage of names floating around.

Which player makes the most sense as a Jets target, though? Justin and Mike ranked their top wide receiver targets for the Jets this offseason.

In the spirit of Valentine's Day, we thought it would be fun to recount our most beloved Jets players in team history. This was a personal account — for an objective list of the most beloved players in Jets history, you can click this link.

Finally, Justin and Mike each provided their weekly draft spotlight. Justin focused on underrated Washington wide receiver Jalen McMillan, while Mike chose to highlight undersized Wake Forest safety Malik Mustapha.

McMillan could be a mid-round wide receiver target for the Jets, while Mustapha is an energetic, hard-hitting safety prospect who could find a home in Robert Saleh's defense.

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