The offseason for the New York Jets has been focused mostly on Aaron Rodgers. The future Hall of Famer set the record straight last week, letting it be known that he intends to play for the Jets, not the Green Bay Packers, in 2023. It sounds like there is a lot of work to do when it comes to figuring out a trade, which leaves New York in a tough spot.

Given the complexity of acquiring Rodgers, mostly fitting his contract on their salary cap, the Jets have been pretty quiet this offseason when it comes to signing players. Only three players have been signed away from other teams; wide receiver Allen Lazard and offensive linemen Wes Schweitzer and Trystan Colon-Castillo.

The Jets have been linked to other players, all of whom have ties to Rodgers. Randall Cobb, Marcedes Lewis and Odell Beckham Jr. are three players that Rodgers would reportedly like the team to look into signing before acquiring him via trade.