With the NFL draft less than a week away, teams are putting the finishing touches on their draft-day plans. The Jets have many holes to fill this offseason, ranging from the crumbling offensive line to the aging defense.
The Jets took a step in bolstering the safety position when they signed LaRon Landry. Aaron Maybin signed his restricted free-agent tender and will provide some speed to New York's front seven.
The Jets also brought in Tim Tebow. Tebow is certainly an intriguing talent, but the move was questionable to say the least.
These transactions patch up a few of the holes, but there are still big decisions to be made. Should they add more weapons for quarterback Mark Sanchez and the offense? Do they need an upgrade on the offensive line? Who will man the linebacking corps when Calvin Pace and Bart Scott move on?
There is one free agent whose signing could be the first step in answering these questions, and his name is Braylon Edwards.