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March 18: Accordingt o Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk, the Jets are interested in acquiring former Raiders wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey. Think of him as an older, smaller, faster version of Stephen Hill.
March 15: According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, the Jets are interested in the services of safety Dawan Landry.
March 15: Mehta reports the Jets are close to a deal with running back Mike Goodson.
March 14: Mehta reports wide receiver Brandon Gibson has left his visit with New York without a contract, and will visit the Dolphins and Titans on Friday.
March 13: The Indianapolis Colts' official Twitter account tweeted out a picture of safety LaRon Landry at their facility, visiting with the team. Owner Jim Irsay, who has been especially candid on Twitter over these past few days, said "Landry is literally in building now...but there are many other lines in the water."
March 13: According to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean, the Titans are visiting with running back Shonn Greene and are planning to get his contract done while he is visiting with them.
March 12: Brian Costello of the New York Post reports the Jets have interest in former Bears backup quarterback Jason Campbell.
March 12: Costello also reports the Jets are interested in re-signing guard Matt Slauson, who is "also drawing interest from the Giants, Raiders and Cowboys."
March 12: Rich Cimini of ESPN reports the Jets will visit with Raiders running back Mike Goodson.
March 12: Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that Mike DeVito has scheduled a visit with the Chiefs.
March 12: Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Jets and Santonio Holmes have come to terms on a restructured contract which will allow the Jets more cap space. Holmes was set to count for $12.5 million against the salary cap in 2013, making him the most expensive wide receiver in the league. His $11.25 million in dead money made it impossible to cut him.
March 12: Costello reports the Jets are said to be interested in wide receiver Brandon Gibson. The former Rams wideout is an under-the-radar free-agent for sure, but is not without value. Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News also reports that the Jets and Gibson have set up a meeting.
March 9: Rich Cimini of ESPN reports the Jets are trying to re-sign defensive tackle Mike DeVito before the free agency period begins. Cimini also reports that while DeVito is the most likely to stick around of all the Jets free agents, there are "a handful of teams" that are showing interest.
March 8: Conor Orr of the Newark (N.J.) Star-Ledger reports that the Jets have submitted an offer to restricted free agent tight end Jeff Cumberland. The sources believe it to be a low-level tender that would allow the Jets to match any other offers but would not reward the Jets any compensation should he sign elsewhere.