The New York Jets have confirmed the tender offers they’ve extended to restricted free agents.
If another team signs the following players to an offer sheet and the Jets decline to match, then these are the draft considerations the Jets would receive as compensation:
Receiver Braylon Edwards, first- and third-round picks
Running back Leon Washington, second-round pick
Receiver Brad Smith, second-round pick
Tackle Wayne Hunter, third-round pick
Safety Eric Smith, original pick (third round)
Cornerback Drew Coleman, original pick (sixth round)
Quarterback Kellen Clemens, original pick (drops to a third-rounder)
Safety James Ihedigbo, no compensation (Jets have right of first refusal)
An explanation on Clemens: He was drafted in the second round, but a rule states that once a team places a second-round tender on another player, it can't receive compensation for a player chosen in that round. So the reimbursement slides back to the third round for Clemens.
The Jets also announced they would not extend offers to: