While the Jets have been busy this offseason, there are still some areas they must address, such as a backup quarterback to Sam Darnold.
While Josh McCown is still undecided on a return for next season, the Jets plan to meet with free agent quarterback Trevor Siemian on Wednesday, SNY's Ralph Vacchiano confirmed.
Siemian, 27, spent last season as the backup with the Minnesota Vikings behind Kirk Cousins after he was traded there a year ago by the Broncos.
While with the Broncos, Siemian was the starter for two seasons and played in 26 games over three years in Denver.
The seventh-round pick was 8-6 his first season as a starter, throwing for 3,401 yards and 18 touchdowns to 10 interceptions but took a step back in 2017, throwing 12 touchdowns to 14 interceptions in just 11 games.
He did not appear in any games last year with the Vikings.
The backup role was critical for the Jets last year when they had McCown serve as a mentor for the rookie Darnold. The 39-year-old even played in three games after Darnold was out with a strained foot.
McCown turns 40 in July and has said he wants to take time to be with his family before committing to the 2019 season.
The Jets were previously linked to Ryan Tannehill, whom Adam Gase coached in Miami, but he signed with the Titans.
Davis Webb, who was on the Jets practice squad last year, is another potential option but the Jets may want to opt for a more veteran presence behind Darnold.