New York Jets: 7-Round 2019 mock draft after first wave of free agency

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The first week of free agency has come and gone with the New York Jets being big spenders on the open market. Here is an updated 7-round mock draft.

The first wave of free agency has come and gone, and the New York Jets were big spenders, landing superstars Le’Veon Bell and C.J. Mosley. In addition, they added wide receivers Jamison Crowder and Josh Bellamy.

Quite the haul for the Jets who started free agency with $100 million to spare, and although they only have six picks in the upcoming draft after trading up for franchise quarterback Sam Darnold a year ago, they still have plenty of opportunity to add more assets.

With linebacker Darron Lee and potentially others on the way out of New York, the Jets could have another pick or two to add to their arsenal by the time the draft rolls around in April. After the combine and free agency, the Jets’ draft board looks to have taken a massive shift from the start of the offseason.

With a little over a month until the draft, another updated mock draft is necessary as the pre-draft process rolls on.

Quinnen Williams, Nick Bosa, or Josh Allen at the third overall pick? Will the Jets trade out of the third overall pick or will they add an elite defender to pair with Leonard Williams up front? Time will tell as the landscape will still shift fourteen more times before now and the end of April. Nearly a month away from the big event, here is a 7-round mock draft for the New York Jets.

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