Stephen Hill could be in his final days with the New York Jets.

The disappointing wide receiver is expected to play Thursday night in the final preseason game, a clear indication his roster spot is in jeopardy. Starters and key reserves don't play in the annual Backup Bowl against the Philadelphia Eagles. Hill was granted that status is his first two years, when he was a big-shot, second-round pick with a bright future. Now he'll be grinding with the other marginal players, trying to convince the Jets -- or another team -- he still can be a legit player in the league.

The Jets should trade him. Yep, that's what they should do. Put him on the block and see what he can fetch. Maybe they'll get lucky and deal him for an experienced cornerback with a pulse. It wouldn't be a surprise at all if they try to move Hill, who, despite his lack of production, has some value because of his draft pedigree. He's big and fast, and the NFL likes big and fast even if he doesn't have the stats to show for it.

"I think there would be some interest," an AFC personnel executive said. "There aren't a lot of free-agent wide receivers out there, so it's supply and demand."