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Team shored up unit in free agency with several high-profile signings.
Maccagnan appears to be a cross between previous Jets GMS; he wants to build through the draft but it's OK to make a splash in free agency, too.
The Jets will explore the possibility of trading up, said general manager Mike Maccagnan -- an acknowledgement that will, no doubt, fuel the Marcus Mariota speculation.
Let's review the NFL prospects who made pre-draft visits with the New York Jets.
The Jets have an experienced group up front, which means it might be time to get some younger additions.
If the New York Jets really want Marcus Mariota, they will need a trade-up strategy to get him.
Todd McShay and Mel Kiper Jr. break down their worst-case scenarios for the Jets and Rams in the NFL draft.
Because of the events of April 22, 1995, Kyle Brady became a Jet, Warren Sapp went to the Bucs and Ray Lewis eventually landed with the Ravens. Two of those teams went on to win Super Bowls.
The Jets are in good hands at tight end -- as long as Jace Amaro improves his.
The New York Jets taking Todd Gurley would be an upset on two levels:
NFL Nation predicts the New York Jets will only beat the Cleveland Browns, Washington Redskins and Buffalo Bills
This doesn't mean the Jets have removed Winston from their draft board and it doesn't mean they're not performing due diligence on him.
Jets will be the more rested team in two games in 2015 and only have one in which the other team will have more rest.
ESPN Jets reporter Rich Cimini says there really is no debate: If Heisman-winning quarterback Marcus Mariota slips to the sixth pick in the draft, the Jets need to select him.
Todd McShay discusses his latest mock draft, including which star running back moved into the top 10.