Free-agency primer: New York Jets

Gang Green will be busy trying to make 8-8 roster younger, healthier, better

Updated: March 12, 2012, 6:39 PM ET
By Rich Cimini | ESPNNewYork.com

The lineup has holes, several holes. And Mike Tannenbaum has some money to burn. That means ... well, do we really need to spell it out?

No one can do more with less, and now Tannenbaum -- the New York Jets' aggressive general manager -- actually has some salary-cap room to be more than a token visitor in the free-agent market. The Mark Sanchez contract extension provided $6.4 million in cap relief, putting them about $13.5 million under the projected cap. (Keep in mind that about ...

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