The wide-receiver market was quiet on a wild first day of free agency. The New York Jets were equally as silent.
The silence could end soon.
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Top free-agent receiver Eric Decker will meet with the Jets on Wednesday, NFL Media's Kimberly Jones reported. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport later added New York will get a visit from offensive tackle Breno Giacomini, too.
The Jets have a desperate need to add playmakers at the skill positions. A putrid corps of receivers in 2013 got even less star studded after the team jettisoned Santonio Holmes.
It's imperative that Jets general manager John Idzik surrounds Geno Smith -- if he even keeps the starting job -- with some actual NFL-level talent at the pass-catching positions.
Decker is the best receiver on Around The League's top 101 free-agent list, but questions remain about his ability to be a true top target. If the Jets refuse to let him leave Florham Park without a contract, he'll be getting a chance to prove he is a legit No. 1.
Of course, he'd also be trading catching passes from Peyton Manning to catching passes from Geno Smith.
In the latest edition of the "Around The League Podcast," the guys study the free agency picture with the help of NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.