Ryan Clady, LT
Originally, I loved the trade to acquire the former Pro-Bowler. It was a low-risk (mid-round pick) high-reward (filling the void at left tackle).
Ultimately, injuries, again, derailed his short stay with the Jets. He signed a one-and-done deal with the Jets. If Clady proved to be a viable starter they had him at a bargain for a little over $10m, but that didn’t happen. So, expect Clady to be released and to add some cap space for the Jets.