Based on their extremely limited cap situation, no one expected the Jets to be big buyers in free agency this year, as much as it would have helped their depleted roster.
After watching a handful of key veterans sign with other teams and restructuring several veteran contracts, the Jets find themselves with some breathing room under the cap and plenty of holes to fill.
Most teams may be just about finished with their free-agent shopping, but the Jets still have plenty of moves to make to fill out their roster before the draft. Entering the draft with a glut of needs is like going grocery shopping with an empty stomach: You end up buying a lot of items that tend to lead to buyer's remorse.
Here is a list of free agents the Jets could still add in the coming weeks.