March 13, 2017
The New York Jets have focused their early efforts in free agency on the offensive line and special teams, but they’ve yet to address their biggest, non-quarterback need: cornerback.
One thing to remember, and it’s important: The upcoming draft is filled with talented corners. Experts are calling it one of the deepest classes in recent memory, so you have to believe the Jets will draft at least one, perhaps with the sixth pick.
Still, you’d like to have another veteran in the mix, but there aren’t many appealing options on the board. Looking at the ESPN 150, our ranking of free agents.
Tramon Williams, No. 77 — Williams, who will be 34 when the season starts, finished last season at safety and did a decent job.