New York Jets general manager John Idzik and his brain trust have a daunting offseason agenda looming ahead before minicamps start up in the spring.
The Jets are deficient at several key areas of personnel and need to be succinct in appropriately allocating limited funds toward players capable of being difference-makers next season.
The Jets' dire salary cap situation will prevent them from being competitive in free agency, which means the team is going to fill most voids through the 2013 NFL draft. In addition to replenishing the roster with an influx of youth on draft day, the Jets need to re-sign a handful of proven veterans.
This slideshow details five in-house free agents that the Jets must re-sign this offseason: