New York Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan has put out the word: His draft picks are for sale, including the No. 6 overall pick.

"We're open for business in every round," Maccagnan told reporters Friday at the scouting combine in Indianapolis. "If somebody wants to move up in any round and we have a pick in that round, call us up."

The Jets are interested in acquiring additional picks because they want to rebuild through the draft and they'd like as many choices as possible "to expedite the process." As of now, they have seven picks, including four in the top 107.

There are certainly plenty of holes to fill.

The Jets have become one of the biggest stories of the offseason, as they've already released five veteran players, including wide receiver Brandon Marshall, cornerback Darrelle Revis and center Nick Mangold. All told, they've cleared about $46 million in cap space.

Team officials don't agree with the perception that the Jets are in a rebuilding phase.

"I know we've made quite a few moves this offseason, but a lot of it is predicated on how we feel about the younger players," Maccagnan said. "With the money we freed up, hopefully we'll be able to help ourselves in different areas."

Quarterback is a priority position, he said. The Jets met on Thursday with the top quarterback prospects -- Deshaun Watson, Mitch Trubisky and DeShone Kizer. Chances are, they will try to find a starter in free agency, with Mike Glennon emerging as a likely target.