North Jersey

● By Andy Vasquez
The NFL Combine is in the rear-view mirror, which means the offseason is about to heat up in a big way for the New York Jets. Free agency starts next week — and the Jets are among the league leaders in cap space and expected to be key players — and will obviously play a huge role in how GM Joe Douglas and coach Robert Saleh attack April's draft. But this is also the perfect checkpoint to forecast what they might do, with so many possibilities still open. The Jets are in position to make a leap with four picks in the first 38. How will they attack it?