Terrelle Pryor obviously isn't the only receiver the Jets are interested in right now:
UFA WR Charles Johnson has visited with the team. pic.twitter.com/uijbvwLaGy— New York Jets (@nyjets) March 19, 2018
Johnson, a 29-year old former seven round pick, entered the league in 2013 but only has 60 career receptions. Jets fans might remember him for the game in 2014 where the Vikings beat the Jets in overtime. Johnson had over 100-yards including a 56-yard touchdown on a long bomb and another play where his fumble on the goal line was recovered for another touchdown by Jerome Felton.
He moved from Minnesota to Carolina last year but spent the entire season in injured reserve after a training camp injury required him to have knee surgery. If the Jets tried to sign him, he'd be much cheaper than Pryor and probably wouldn't sign a deal that guaranteed him a roster spot.