Barring an extremely late report, it seems the Jets won't have agreed terms on any new additions today, although safety Marcus Maye did sign his franchise tender earlier.
Maye, who is now the longest tenured Jet following today's reports that Jordan Jenkins is joining the Texans, will play the 2021 season under the franchise tag ($10.6 million) unless the Jets can sign him to a long-term extension by July 15th.
In terms of new additions, former first round pick Keanu Neal was said to be deciding between the Jets and Cowboys but opted to sign a one-year deal with Dallas this afternoon. The Jets may also have been interested in signing cornerback Kyle Fuller after his release by the Bears today. However, Denver moved quickly to scoop him up.
On the other side of the ball, the Jets were also said to be in the mix for running back Chris Carson, but he re-upped with the Seahawks yesterday.
Cornerback appears to be the biggest hole on the current roster, so we would expect the Jets to be trying to address this over the next day or two and will report back here if any moves are made. The Jets could also be in the mix at some other positions, including running back and linebacker.