Ben Blessington and Michael Nania break down the New York Jets’ quiet two-day free agency run and look forward to Day 4.
The second and third days of free agency were eerily silent for the New York Jets. Special teams ace Justin Hardee was the team’s lone addition, while much-discussed targets such as Jayon Brown, Nicholas Morrow, Jamaal Williams, Marlon Mack, and Curtis Samuel flew off the shelves.
Ben Blessington and Michael Nania regrouped on the Cool Your Jets podcast after a silent third day of free agency to discuss the team’s approach to this point and where they should go from here.
Would it have been right for the Jets to sign Samuel and cut Jamison Crowder? Should the team explore signing JuJu Smith-Schuster to replace Crowder? The duo shared some differing opinions on where they stand regarding Crowder’s value to the team.
What’s going on at the edge rusher, cornerback, and linebacker positions? There are still starting spots open all over the defensive depth chart and plenty of players available on the market who are qualified to fill them. Who should the Jets target?
It’s all broken down on the latest episode of Cool Your Jets.