In another sign that the Jets are planning to keep a 3-4 defense, the team is interested in bringing back free-agent defensive lineman Henry Anderson, according to the Daily News' Manish Mehta.
The report says the Jets and Anderson's camp could meet this week during the combine; according to SNY's Ralph Vacchiano there had been no talks as of a couple of days ago.
Anderson, who turns 28 in August, tied for the team lead with seven sacks last season despite playing less than 60 percent of the team's snaps.
New Jets defensive coordinator Gregg Williams has typically run a 4-3 defense, but the Jets have been leaning toward keeping a 3-4. Vacchiano recently wrote that the Jets could re-sign Anderson if they do indeed stick with the 3-4.
The Jets acquired Anderson, who is listed at 6-6, 301 pounds, from the Colts last year for a seventh-round draft pick. Bringing Anderson back would help a Jets pass rush which sorely needs a boost this offseason.