At this time of the year it’s impossible to separate fact from fiction. All kinds of rumors get made.
What are some things people are saying about the Jets?
Joe Thuney & Graham Glasgow are obviously atop the #Jets wishlist once the legal tampering period begins Monday. Another name I’d keep an eye on: Carolina’s Greg Van Roten.— Connor Hughes (@Connor_J_Hughes) March 10, 2020
Jets have done their homework on him, I’m told. Makes sense, too. He’s likely in that $8-$10m APY range.
It would come as no surprise if the Jets made a big push in free agency to add multiple offensive linemen. It was the clear weakest link of the team a year ago, and the general manager who viewed it as an afterthought is gone.
There could be a Giants vs. Jets showdown coming for the services of Byron Jones and James Bradberry (via @RVacchianoSNY) https://t.co/whb4xtqife pic.twitter.com/2A12MNZHjq— SNY (@SNYtv) March 9, 2020
I think the corner market has some risky option this year. Mind you, risky doesn’t necessarily mean bad. It means risky. The Jets do need to upgrade their cornerback spot. While Gregg Williams worked around this weakness a year ago, you don’t want to force him to do it again. This year’s group of quarterback opponents also looks less favorable on paper than last year’s.
Pending FA Robby Anderson, a guest on ESPN's "NFL Live," said he'd like to re-sign with the Jets. " l think they definitely want me back," he said. "I truly do want to be back with the Jets. I love Sam (Darnold). I love my teammates, Jamal (Adams) and... https://t.co/xQQRG83MTx— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) March 10, 2020
I think the Jets should make an effort to keep Anderson. Still I can’t help but feel like a deal would have already been made if this was going to happen. Anderson is likely to make a lot of money on the open market, and I’m not sure it would be wise to give him a top of the free agent class type deal.