Newsday's Kimberley A. Martin looks at five players that the Jets could target in free agency.

DARRELLE REVIS, CB

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Darrelle Revis had a rocky tenure with the Jets because of contract disputes, but the Super Bowl champion is a generational talent who is still at the top of his game despite undergoing major knee surgery in 2012.

BYRON MAXWELL, CB

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The Seahawks’ loss will be another team’s gain. Byron Maxwell, the top target in this year’s crop of free-agent cornerbacks, started opposite Richard Sherman the past two seasons in Seattle’s “Legion of Boom’’ secondary. He had two interceptions and 12 passes defensed in 2014.

MIKE IUPATI, G

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Mike Iupati will command a huge payday, and for good reason. He started all but five games for the 49ers since he was selected 17th overall in the 2010 draft. He’s also a three-time Pro Bowler (2012-14) who was named first-team All-Pro in 2012.

BRANDON SPIKES, LB

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With Rex Ryan making a strong push for David Harris to join him in Buffalo, the Jets potentially can fill the void with Brandon Spikes. He’s an excellent run defender and he’s younger than Harris (31).

BRIAN HOYER, QB

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The pickings are slim when it comes to free-agent quarterbacks. Although there’s no guarantee Brian Hoyer could be the answer in New York, it's unclear if Geno Smith is, either. Prior to being benched briefly in favor of rookie Johnny Manziel, Hoyer led the Browns to a 7-4 record to start last season.

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