New general manager John Idzik faces significant work heading into New York Jets training camp this summer.
The team improved upon a few select areas of concern at the draft, where the new boss in town added beef and raw talent to the depth chart. The Jets' draft was highlighted by guys like Dee Milliner and Geno Smith, but the bulk was focused on solidifying the fronts.
Idzik added three offensive linemen (Brian Winters, Oday Aboushi, Will Campbell) and a defensive tackle (Sheldon Richardson) to insure sufficient depth at two problem areas from 2012.
Still, the Jets remain void of playmakers on offense and will likely begin the new season without a high-octane offensive scoring threat. This, in turn, means the Jets' ultimate objective before training camp should be to secure a durable playmaker who can increase the level of explosiveness on a stagnant offense.
The Jets should also target a veteran safety presence in the wake of losing LaRon Landry and Yeremiah Bell in free agency.
The following slideshow details four free agents that the Jets could still land in attempt to bolster roster depth and the team's overall talent pool: