Jets Have Options

So with Lavaranues Coles likely headed to the Redskins, what do the Jets do to replace him? Here are some of the options:

1)Kevin Dyson - The former Tennessee Titan is probably the best unrestricted free agents still available. He would be a great fit for the Jets because he's 6-1 and good in the red zone. The Jets need a big receiver and he could fill the bill. The Jets are in contact with his representives, but will have competition for his services. The Buffalo Bills are interested and their head coach Gregg Williams has a relationship with the wideout from their days together in Tennessee. The Jets don't want to spend a fortune on a third wideout, so Dyson could be a good fit. He's had some injury problems, so this could keep his price down.

2)Orande Gadsden - The former Miami Dolphin is an excellent possession receiver, but his lack of speed and arthritic feet could hurt his chances of hooking up with the green and white.

3)Curtis Conway - the former San Diego Charger isn't the type of physical receiver the Jets are looking for, but there is no doubt he's a top shelf talent.

4)Marcus Robinson - the former Chicago Bear is just what the Jets are looking for a huge (6-3, 220), fast target. However, he's had a myriad of injuries since 1999, and this makes him a risk. He would come cheap if they wanted to take a chance on him. When healthy, he's a gifted player. He showed that in 1999.

5)The Draft - The Jets will probably fill the #3 receiver position with a veteran, but if they don't, this is an excellent draft for big wideouts. Penn State Bryant Johnson (6-2, 210) would make a nice second round pick.

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