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Ben Blessington and Michael Nania break down Jarrad Davis, Corey Davis, Carl Lawson, and where the New York Jets go from here.

The first day of the NFL’s legal tampering window is in the books, and the New York Jets have officially begun building around Robert Saleh’s vision. Lions linebacker Jarrad Davis, Titans wide receiver Corey Davis, and Bengals edge rusher Carl Lawson have all reportedly agreed to sign with the Jets.

Prior to their lofty additions, the biggest news of the day was surrounding the players that the Jets didn’t get. Star interior offensive linemen Joe Thuney and Corey Linsley bolted to the Chiefs and Chargers, respectively, leaving the Jets devoid of options to upgrade their abhorrent interior offensive line.

On the latest episode of the Cool Your Jets podcast, Ben Blessington and Michael Nania broke everything down.

Looking for numbers on the newest additions? You’ve come to the right place. The duo broke down Lawson and both Davises in-depth with advanced numbers on their strengths and weaknesses throughout their careers. Plus, they discuss the fits off all three players in the Jets’ projected schemes, laying the groundwork for where they will all slide in on the depth chart.

In addition, the duo discussed where the Jets need to focus their attention on Day 2. Plenty of needs remain to be filled, and fortunately for the Jets, the second wave of the free agent market is loaded to an unusually full level with players who are ready to make a positive impact. Where should Joe Douglas and company look first after brewing their morning coffee?

***Warning: NSFW language used in limited spots. 

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The run on CBs hasn’t started yet. Plenty of WR still out there. Could JD have a trade in mind for IOL? Are the Patriots tapped out yet??