A report from Calvin Watkins of Newsday suggests the Jets are expected to be interested in adding quarterback Kirk Cousins and defensive lineman DeMarcus Lawrence in free agency.
Of course, it's possible neither player hits the open market, and the fact the Jets intend to be active in the free agent market is not really news because general manager Mike Maccagnan said as much at the end of the season. Either way, maybe this is a sign they're thinking big.
The report also exclusively reveals that the Jets offered tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins a two-year, $8 million deal but were rejected. This seems like an appropriate opening position for the Jets and it could be difficult for Seferian-Jenkins to justify much more than that in the open market based on his 2017 numbers.