Ben Blessington and Michael Nania talk to Robby Sabo about the many ways that free agency could go for the New York Jets.
It’s March 13, which means the opening of the NFL’s legal tampering period is only two days away. At 12 p.m. on Monday, the free agency floodgates will open.
With $69,225,082 in cap space, according to Over The Cap, the Jets are positioned to be massive players for some of the biggest names on the market. Will Joe Douglas throw money around like there’s no tomorrow or will he maintain a frugal approach as he did in 2020?
Jets fans have been throwing around their dream acquisitions for months. Joe Thuney, Corey Linsley, Kenny Golladay Curtis Samuel, Carl Lawson, Corey Davis, Kyle Juszczyk, Jonnu Smith, Richard Sherman, Trey Hendrickson – if he’s good and his contract is expiring after the 2020 season, he has probably been discussed in Jets circles.
In due time, the chips will finally fall into place. Ben Blessington and Michael Nania invited Robby Sabo to the Cool Your Jets podcast to break down their offseason wishlists, predictions, projected targets, and the ideal skillsets needed for players in Robert Saleh and Mike LaFleur‘s schemes.