Another one bites the dust.

The Jets are quickly running out of veteran options to provide the competition they have promised Mark Sanchez as Matt Moore — thought to be a prime target of Gang Green when free agency opens Tuesday — opted to re-sign with the Dolphins yesterday.

But at least Jets coach Rex Ryan and new general manager John Idzik could have plenty to choose from in the bargain bins when it comes to filling holes in their secondary. A wave of big-name cornerbacks and safeties were released yesterday, including Panthers corner Chris Gamble and Cardinals safety Adrian Wilson.

Gamble could be a low-cost option if the Jets decide to trade Darrelle Revis, and Wilson might be an option to replace the safety depth lost with Eric Smith’s release and LaRon Landry’s decision to test his value in free agency.

Meanwhile, Moore’s decision to return to Miami as Ryan Tannehill’s backup was a surprise, considering Moore was sure to attract interest from more than just the Jets offering him a shot at starting. The move also could speak volumes about the attractiveness of the Jets to players around the league.