The Rex-odus will continue.
Tight end Dustin Keller and running back Shonn Greene, mainstays on the Jets' offense, are scheduled to visit Wednesday with the Dolphins and Titans, respectively, sources confirmed. The Jets expect to lose both players, sources said.
On Tuesday, they tried to re-sign DT Mike DeVito, but he signed a three-year, $12.6 million contract with the Jets. They also cut popular NT Sione Po'uha, who still is battling a back injury. The Jets also expect to lose Pro Bowl safety LaRon Landry, who has set up visits with several teams.
Oh, and did we mention they're trying to trade star CB Darrelle Revis?
The Dolphins are interested in Keller after losing out on former Titans TE Jared Cook, who signed with the Rams. It's interesting that the Rams, with former Jets offensive coordinatorator Brian Schottenheimer running the O, preferred Cook over Keller.
The Titans see Greene as a possible between-the-tackles complement to Chris Johnson.
Meanwhile, the Jets are set to host WR Brandon Gibson on Wednesday for a free-agent visit. He was a full-time player for the Rams last season, catching 51 passes for 691 yards and five touchdowns. He played in 73 percent of the Rams' offensive snaps, according to ProFootballFocus.com.
Suddenly, Gibson is one of the "hot" second-tier free agents. The Dolphins are also showing interest, but they won't pay much after spending a combined $18 million a year for Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline.