The Jet Press

● By Justin Fried
The Super Bowl is over and the offseason is officially underway which means that it's the NY Jets' time to shine. With loads of draft capital and plenty of cap space, the Jets have the resources to do plenty of damage this offseason. General manager Joe Douglas knows that the clock is ticking on putting together a competent roster that could compete in 2022. The foundation has been laid, but the next step is actually producing on-field results. That process will start in free agency where the Jets will look to make use of their cap space by signing free agents that could help the team compete now and in the future. But with nine picks, including a league-high four inside the top-40, the Jets are set up to do most of their work in the 2022 NFL Draft.
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