New general manager John Idzik has opted to take a conservative rebuilding approach to a team seemingly looking toward 2014.
The team's new-look roster is comprised of low-budget, has-been veterans simply vying for playing time and an overwhelming contingency of players with bad contracts, like David Harris and Mark Sanchez.
The Jets have remained stagnant throughout free agency and don't appear adamant about making a big money splash. The goal isn't to win free agency. Instead, the objective is to build for the future.
New York needs to fill several voids on its depth chart before training camp hits town this summer. The team's most prominent needs, excluding quarterback, are at outside linebacker, nose tackle and safety.
The following slideshow is a seven-round post-free agency mock draft that illustrates the Jets' areas of need: