Free Agency Reset: Updating the position with the Jets' free agents

With the first phase of free agency over, let's update the position with each of the Jets' own free agents, along with details of whether JetsFixers wanted to bring them back from our offseason polls.

Re-signed UFAs

Greg Zuerlein (97% wanted to keep)
Thomas Morstead (90% keep)
Chuck Clark (80% keep)
Solomon Thomas (72% keep)
Jalyn Holmes (29% dump)

Re-signed RFAs/ERFAs

Kenny Yeboah (74% wanted to sign to a low-level deal)
Jake Hanson (64% sign to a low-level deal)
Austin Deculus (40% sign to an ERFA tender)

Signed for other teams

Quinton Jefferson (97% keep) to Browns
Bryce Huff (73% keep) to Eagles
Bryce Hall (67% keep) to Bucs
Brett Rypien (35% keep) to Bears
Jordan Whitehead (48% dump) to Bucs

UFAs still unsigned

Ashtyn Davis (85% keep)
Justin Hardee (77% keep)
Connor McGovern (71% keep)
Sam Egauvoen (60% keep)
Mekhi Becton (48% keep)
Al Woods (48% keep)
Ifeadi Odenigbo (33% don't care)
Randall Cobb (90% dump)
Carl Lawson (86% dump)
Duane Brown (84% dump)
Trevor Siemian (81% dump)
Billy Turner (77% dump)

Looking at the above list, the likes of Woods, Brown and Cobb could be candidates to retire.

Speculation is that McGovern will return, whereas Davis was expected to have a market which hasn't materialized yet. Becton remains available despite early interest from the Bengals, who signed Trent Brown instead.

Finally, Hardee was behaving like the Jets had low-balled him but nobody else has met his asking price yet. His market might grow after the kickoff rule changes.

As things stand it looks unlikely that the Jets will be in receipt of any compensatory picks in the 2025 draft.

RFAs still unsigned

Bradlee Anae (57% sign to a low-level deal)
Javelin Guidry (42% sign to a low-level deal)