With the support of players in the locker room, the Jets have made a lot of changes heading into the 2022 season. Head coach Robert Saleh is as sharp as coach as they come. Entering his second season, the 43-year-old Saleh looks to bring the Jets back to prominence by surrounding Wilson with young and hungry weapons.
Berrios signed a two-year extension on March 9. The team has also added wide receiver Jeff Smith and tight ends C.J. Uzomah and Tyler Conklin.
New York used the 2022 NFL Draft to address the skill positions as well. The Jets selected wide receiver Garrett Wilson, tight end Jeremy Ruckert and running back Breece Hall. With the hopes of better protecting their young quarterback, the Jets also added offensive line depth in the draft and free agency.
Although they narrowly missed on in the Tyreek Hill sweepstakes, the Jets stand to be one of the NFL’s most improved teams in 2022. New York finished 4-13 and last in the AFC East last season. The Jets have had just one winning season (2015) in the last 11 years.