What the Jets still need to target in the NFL Draft and its aftermath to complete their all-in offseason

Joe Douglas has revamped several parts of his Jets team already this offseason.

The offensive line looks completely different. The defensive line has undergone interesting changes with the Jets swapping out Bryce Huff for Haason Reddick. Wide receiver has a different feel with Mike Williams playing opposite Garrett Wilson.

But Douglas’ roster building is not complete.

The draft is coming in two weeks, and the Jets need to add two or three players who can have an immediate impact this season. They don’t have a second-round pick because of the Aaron Rodgers trade, but they should be able to land starters in the first and third rounds and then hope to get another on Day 3.


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