2024 NFL Offseason: New York Jets

New York Jets (Last Year: 7-10)

Season Summary:
The Jets had Super Bowl aspirations heading into 2023, but those quickly vanished on the fourth offensive snap of the season opener when Aaron Rodgers tore his Achilles. Rodgers is likely to return next year with potentially better injury luck.

Offseason Moves:
  • Jets acquire DE/OLB Haason Reddick from Eagles for 2026 second- or third-round pick
  • Jets acquire OT Morgan Moses from Ravens for 6th-round pick, swap of 4th-round picks

    Team Needs:
    1. Three Offensive Linemen: The Jets need to retool their offensive line. Alijah Vera-Tucker is a stud, and Joe Tippmann has potential, but that’s about it. Three upgrades are needed. Luckily for the Jets, the 2024 NFL Draft is loaded with talented linemen. Traded for Morgan Moses; signed Tyron Smith and John Simpson

    2. Two Wide Receivers: Allen Lazard was a huge bust. The Jets have nothing at receiver outside of Garrett Wilson. Signed Mike Williams

    3. Tight End: Tyler Conklin is as mediocre as it gets at tight end. A better intermediate weapon is needed.

    4. Defensive Tackle: New York was weak to the run last year, so the team should acquire a run-stuffer. Signed Leki Fotu and Javon Kinlaw

    5. Quarterback: The Jets need to develop a quarterback to play once Aaron Rodgers retires. Zach Wilson doesn’t appear to be the answer. Signed Tyrod Taylor

    6. Running Back: Better depth is needed behind Breece Hall.

    7. Safety: Jordan Whitehead is an impending free agent, so he’ll need to be re-signed or replaced.

    8. Kicker: Greg Zuerlein is due to hit free agency as well. Re-signed Greg Zuerlein

    9. Punter: Thomas Morstead is also headed for free agency. Re-signed Thomas Morstead

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    2024 NFL Free Agent Signings:

    New York Jets Free Agents:

    Salary Cap: TBA.

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