Updating Jets' needs after a wild 10 days of trading, spending

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.

3. Running back: Chris Ivory and Bilal Powell are a nice start, but where's the home-run threat? This, too, likely will be addressed in the draft.

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.

6. Offensive-tackle depth: They could use a swing tackle to play behind D'Brickashaw Ferguson and Breno Giacomini. Last year's swing, Ben Ijalana, is a free agent.