Buzz: More players working out for the Jets

As you'll be aware if you've been keeping up to date with the posts on JetsFix over the past few days, the Jets have arranged plenty of free agent visits since cutdown day. We already reported on wide receiver Breshad Perriman and kickers Dan Bailey and Matt McShane in addition to the players already signed to the roster or practice squad.

Pass rusher Nate Orchard visits the Jets today, but he's not the only one:

Tapper has great measurables but has only played in two NFL games in his first season, registering three tackles and a sack.

While they signed Davis Webb to the practice squad, they also took a look at another quarterback:

The Jets reportedly told Webb they might add him to the active roster if he does well with the scout team, but if things go badly, then perhaps they will turn to Cook. His only NFL start was in his rookie season in a postseason loss to the Texans when Derek Carr and Matt McGloin were injured. He completed just 18 of 45 passes and has not thrown a pass in the NFL since. The 6'4" Cook is still practice squad eligible.

Also, despite bringing in Perriman and adding Deontay Burnett to the practice squad, they haven't finished looking for upgrades at wide receiver either:

Rudolph caught eight passes for 101 yards in his rookie year with the Giants, having impressed against the Jets in preseason with three catches for 81 yards. He's probably still most famous for the kindness he showed to a young autistic boy while still at FSU, though.

Finally, they've not finished looking at kickers yet either:

Aguayo is regarded as a bust having already been dumped by four teams despite being a high draft pick. Perhaps the lightbulb is about to come on for him though.

We'll update you if the Jets make any more roster moves.