The New York Jets have added six potential starters in the past 10 days, addressing their most glaring needs. But we all know you can't fix a 4-12 team in 10 days, so there is more work to be done.
Here is our revised list of Jets' needs:
1. Edge rusher: They bought cheap insurance by exercising inexpensive options for Calvin Pace and Jason Babin, but they still need a dynamic pass-rusher on the edge. They'll have to find him in the draft.
2. Quarterback: A long-term answer.
4. A No. 4 wide receiver: There have been some rumblings about Stevie Johnson, who knows Chan Gailey from their days with the Buffalo Bills. What the Jets need is a vertical threat to put with Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker, and Jeremy Kerley. They probably will have their choice of Amari Cooper or Kevin White in the draft.
5. Defensive-line depth: They need some help behind the Big Three. Last year's backups, Leger Douzable and Kenrick Ellis, are free agents. There is interest in re-signing them, but there are players on the market with connections to Todd Bowles -- Chris Canty, Randy Starks and Tommy Kelly.