With the free-agency period just four days away, the New York Jets will have only six million dollars to spend to bring new players in or keep old players around.
General manager John Idzik will have some tough choices to make with the limited amount of cap space available.
Here is a list of the free agents on the offensive side of the ball and whether they could be sticking around or packing their bags.
Keller struggled to stay on the field last season. He played in only five games but caught 28 passes for 317 yards and two touchdowns, not too shabby for an injury-ridden season. 2012 was the first season that Keller didn't play all 16 games. He had his best season in 2011 with 65 catches, 815 yards and five touchdowns.
Keller is easily the Jets' best offensive weapon next to Santonio Holmes, but the Jets have not shown much interest in bringing him back. They may let the market dictate his worth. His size is perfect for Marty Mornhinweg's offense.
Slauson isn't a great guard, but he is probably a better option over Vladimir Ducasse. Slauson probably won't bring much money from the market and could be brought back at the right price. He could come cheaply to the Jets, but his play will reflect his monetary value.
It is very doubtful that Edwards will return. The Jets could use his size at the receiver position but there isn't much urgency to bring him back.
Edwards wasn't bad in three games with the Jets, catching 10 passes for 125 yards, but his skill set has diminished since he was with the Jets back in 2010. Any team desperate for receivers could give Edwards a call, but won't spend too much on him.
Greene is a good runner between the tackles, but he doesn't fit in the Jets west-coast system. He isn't a great receiver out of the backfield and the Jets' new offense will require a Darren-Sproles-type back.