The Jets surely will be looking to upgrade at the wide receiver position while possessing a ton of cap space, and one potential option has emerged.
According to the Daily News' Manish Mehta, the Jets are interested in free agent Donte Moncrief, who played for Jacksonville last year after four seasons with Indianapolis. On a Jaguars team with a poor passing attack last season, Moncrief managed 48 catches for 668 yards receiving and three touchdowns.
In four seasons with the Colts, Moncrief had 152 catches for 1,875 yards receiving and 18 touchdowns.
Moncrief could be a decent addition to a receiving corps featuring Quincy Enunwa and Robby Anderson. Michael Crabtree could be another option for the Jets should they be interested.
And of course, there's the big fish in Antonio Brown, whom the Steelers will try to trade this offseason.