Count Santonio Holmes in, too.
"Sorry Jets fans that not enough Jets stuff is here, but trust me, as soon as I sign back with the Jets, everything will be taken care of," said Holmes, who had 52 catches for 746 yards and six touchdowns in 12 games last season.
Holmes was the second Jets starting receiver in two days to state his case to return to New York. Fellow free-agent wideout Braylon Edwards said Monday after a court appearance in New York that he also wants to remain with the Jets.
"If they give me the opportunity, I definitely want to come back," Edwards said as he left a Manhattan courthouse after a brief appearance in a drunken-driving case in which he denies the charges. "And, one more time, I love being a Jet."
The Associated Press contributed to this report.