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Five potential Jets signings in free agency

The Jets have a projected $90 million in cap space.

Kirk Cousins, who won't be returning to

Kirk Cousins, who won't be returning to the Redskins, will be the most attractive quarterback on the free-agent market. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Ed Mulholland

The Jets have a projected $90 million in cap space. The following free agents could meet some needs:


The quarterbacks has close ties to new offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates and that might be the key Jets need to sign him.


He’s coming off a torn ACL and the Jets are in need of a No. 1 wideout. He might come in a little cheaper financially due to the injury.


The Jets need a corner if they don’t bring back Morris Claiborne. Butler is probably the second-best corner on the marketplace.


Finding a center is a must for the Jets who struggled to run the ball last season. Enter Jensen, a physical center who became a first-time starter for the Ravens last season.


The Broncos inside linebacker has 112 tackles the last two seasons. He might be a nice fit in Todd Bowles’ 3-4 scheme especially if he can play well in pass coverage.

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