The New York Jets were busy Tuesday. They officially released three players with a combined 11 Pro Bowls and placed provisional qualifying offers on nine free agents.
They might be active again Wednesday, too.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Wednesday morning that free-agent safety Bob Sanders will visit the Jets. The former Indianapolis Colts star previously met with the Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars. Sanders has played only nine games the past three seasons, but the thought of a healthy Sanders in Rex Ryan's defense must sound dreadful to opposing quarterbacks.
Also of note, the Jets have not announced a roster move for defensive end Vernon Gholston. He reportedly was to have been released along with Jenkins, Taylor and Woody.