Jets Are Trying To Trade Veteran WR

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Written By Maya Cantina

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After a disappointing 2023 NFL season, the New York Jets are hoping to right the ship ahead of next season, with superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers presumably healthy and ready to lead this team under center.

Last year, the Jets did all they could to make Rodgers feel as comfortable as possible in New York, as the team brought in some familiar faces like Randall Cobb and Allen Lazard to be targets downfield for the veteran quarterback.

Ahead of the 2024 campaign, the Jets will want to put as much talent as possible around Rodgers in order to maximize the team’s chances of competing for a Super Bowl title in the AFC.

Unfortunately for Lazard, it appears he’s not in the team’s plans moving forward, with Dianna Russini of The Athletic reporting that the Jets are trying to trade him during this NFL offseason.

Lazard had a very disappointing season with the Jets during the 2023 campaign, as he failed to make much of an impact in the 14 games he played with the team.

The former Green Bay Packers wide receiver caught 23 passes for 311 receiving yards and one touchdown, which is obviously not what the team was looking for from the veteran wideout.

After a career-best season with the Packers, Lazard wasn’t the same receiver in New York, which likely had a lot to do with Rodgers not being under center due to the Achilles injury and Zach Wilson being the starter for the Jets.

It’ll be interesting to see if the Jets can move Lazard this offseason and if the team can add some more depth at the position.

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