"He's a very good player," Johnson told reporters. "We're looking at a number of them. Trade's not our primary operating motif right now. We're trying to build through the draft. Building through the draft is something that is the way to build a successful team long term."
The Jets already signed former
Jackson had 82 receptions for 1,332 yards and nine touchdowns last season with Philadelphia. He's a deep threat with 6,117 yards receiving (17.2 yards a catch) and 32 touchdowns in six seasons. He also has four punt returns for touchdowns in his career.
"We're always interested in talent," Johnson said, adding, "if it's somebody that fits into our locker room and understands that he can fit into our culture at a price we can afford."