The start of the new league year is reportedly going ahead as planned which means that the so-called legal tampering window will open at midday. This will enable teams to negotiate with pending free agents and agree to terms on contracts that will become official when the league year opens for real on Wednesday afternoon.
If you didn't enter our free agency contest yet, you have until the tampering window opens so get your entries in here.
Over the past few weeks we've been reviewing what the Jets might do in free agency. By way of a recap, here's what we've been discussing...
- How many free agents do the Jets have?
- Will these two veteran cornerbacks be on the team in 2020?
- What should the Jets do about their exclusive rights free agents?
- All or nothing: What should the Jets do with their top free agents?
- What cap saving moves should the Jets make before free agency?
- Should the Jets tag Robby Anderson?
- Which of their non-key free agents will the Jets bring back? (via GGN)
- Realistic free agent solutions if the Jets lose any of their top UFAs (via SNY)
- Who is the better fit - James Bradberry or Byron Jones? (via SNY)
- Six free agents to avoid (via SNY)
- Is Jack Conklin a good fit for the Jets? (via SNY)
- Possible free agent bargains (via SNY)
- Possible trades the Jets could make (via SNY)
- Can the Jets put together a 2008-like haul in free agency? (via GGN)
- What can we learn from how potential FA targets played against the 2019 Jets? (via GGN)
We have plenty more free agency coverage planned so stay tuned to JetsFix today and for the foreseeable future!