2 players the New York Jets should try to trade for this offseason

As the New York Jets enter the first full offseason with Joe Douglas as their general manager, expect New York to be aggressive in both free agency and the draft. During his time with the Philadelphia Eagles, Douglas was a part of one of the most aggressive front offices in all of football.

Their aggressiveness eventually paid off in the form of a Super Bowl championship at the end of the 2017 season. Douglas will likely employ a similar formula now that he’s calling the shots in New York.

Not only will the team probably pursue some of the top free agents hitting the open market, look for Douglas to address some of his teams’ needs through the trade market.

Here are two guys who the Jets should target via trade this offseason.

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