The New York Jets after-the-season press conference on Tuesday morning increased speculation over who the team will hire as general manager and what happens next.
The next general manager will commence the immediate process of evaluating player personnel and determining who's worthy of reclaiming a role in green and white for the 2013 season. The Jets have gaping issues all over the field and need to overhaul certain personnel areas on both sides of the football.
The new GM will be forced to reconstruct a depleted roster with limited funds. The Jets aren't expected to be competitive in free agency because of a sickening salary cap situation and will likely look to improve through the 2013 NFL Draft.
Still, the team has several significant decisions to make on the home front, most of which will be determined based on the salary cap.
The following details what the Jets should do with their 12 unrestricted free agents this offseason: