The list of Jets that become free agents come season's end include:
Offense: RB Shonn Greene, TE Dustin Keller, WR Braylon Edwards, WR Chaz Schilens, G Brandon Moore, G Matt Slauson.
Defense: LB Bryan Thomas, S Yeremiah Bell, S LaRon Landry, DE Mike DeVito.
These lists comprise long tenured Jets, and several key contributors.
On the offensive side of the ball, Keller and Edwards are two of Sanchez's favorite weapons. Greene hasn't quite lived up to expectations following his rookie year, but he has eclipsed 1,000 yards both of the past two seasons. If Moore and Slauson both walk, the Jets will have serious offensive line issues to address in free agency and the draft.
Defensively, Thomas is expendable, but Bell, Landry and DeVito are all players fans want to see in Jet uniforms next season.
With cap constraints, the team won't be able to keep everyone they'd like to, which begs the question: Which of the aforementioned players will we see in green and white next season?