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The Jets quietly missed out on one of their free-agent targets this week.

For all the moves that general manager Joe Douglas has made to restructure the roster, Gang Green still has a void at an important yet overlooked spot: Punter.

The Jets wanted to sign veteran Lions punter Sam Martin before he agreed to a three-year, $7.05 million deal with the Broncos, according to sources. The Jets, who have turned offering cheap, one-year deals into a cottage industry, didn’t budget that much for a punter.

They chose not to re-sign Lachlan Edwards, who finished 12th in punt average and 13th in net punt average among those with at least 50 punts last season, before the start of free agency. Edwards has punted every game since entering the league as a 2016 seventh-round pick.

Sam Martin is heading to the Broncos.
Sam Martin is heading to the Broncos.(Andy Clayton-King/AP)
Martin, who’s entering his eighth season, will count $1.53 million against Denver’s 2020 salary cap. He received a $1.45 million signing bonus, while $550,000 of his $1.05 million base salary in 2020 is guaranteed. In other words, the Broncos committed $2 million at signing.

Martin, who was 14th in punt average and 12th in net average last season (50-plus punts), has non-guaranteed base salaries of $2.3 million and $2.25 million, respectively, in the last two years of his deal.

It’s a solid deal, but not exactly breaking the bank. However, it was too rich for the Jets’ blood.

Gang Green signed Authentic Ian Berryman Jersey, who lost the Steelers training camp punting competition last year, to a reserve/futures contract after the season. But they’re still looking for an answer.

Edwards remains unsigned. The Jets have kept in contact with Matt Darr, who was brought in to compete with Edwards last training camp. The draft is another potential pathway. Gang Green has continued to do their homework on Texas A&M’s Braden Mann, who won the Ray Guy Award as the nation’s best at the position in 2018.

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With a remodeled offensive line in place, the New York Jets had three positions to shift their focus next in free agency.

As the stalled wide receiver market (and the Jets) still waits on Robby Anderson and the edge-rusher market waits on Jadeveon Clowney, general manager Joe Douglas didn’t waste any time agreeing to terms with new starting cornerback Pierre Desir, The Post confirmed.

Desir, 29, was a free agent for one day, after he was unexpectedly cut by the Indianapolis Colts.

The Jets cut both their 2019 season-opening starting cornerbacks – Trumaine Johnson and Daryl Roberts – this week. Top free-agent cornerbacks Byron Jones (Miami Dolphins) and James Bradberry (New York Giants) signed early in free agency, but the next-best option, Logan Ryan, remains in search of a multi-year deal.

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Desir was willing to take a one-year deal during his second consecutive venture into free agency. He re-signed with the Colts last offseason – a three-year, $22.5 million deal that ultimately paid him $9 million – after drawing interest from other teams, including the Giants.

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The six-year veteran is coming off career bests of three interceptions and 11 passes defended in 12 games, including 11 starts. But metrics suggest his coverage actually slipped last season, and he was Pro Football Focus’ No. 73-ranked cornerback.

While battling a hamstring injury, Desir allowed 676 receiving yards, five touchdowns and a 100.2 passer rating, per PFF.

In 2018, his first season as a full-time starter, Desir collected 79 tackles and stifled elite receiver DeAndre Hopkins in a playoff game against the Houston Texans.

The Colts have a heavy Cover 2 defense.

The Jets re-signed Brian Poole – who was their most productive cornerback as the season progressed – and also have Authentic Nate Hairston Jersey, Authentic Blessuan Austin Jersey, Arthur Maulet and Authentic Kyron Brown Jersey on the depth chart.

Douglas signed tackle George Fant, guard Greg Van Roten, center Connor McGovern and guard Josh Andrews, and re-signed guard Authentic Alex Lewis Jersey. in prioritizing the offensive line at the start of free agency. The rest of the Jets’ signings are working on one-year deals as to avoid a salary-cap mess.

The Jets lost rotational linebacker Brandon Copeland to the Patriots, according to reports. He played in 12 games with three starts last season — his second with the Jets — but his sack total dropped from five to 1.5.

The Patriots only have signed Copeland, wide receiver Damiere Byrd, defensive tackle Beau Allen and safety Adrian Phillips in a franchise-changing offseason.

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The Jets have signed DL Authentic Charles Tapper Jersey and DB Tevaughn Campbell to reserve/future contracts.

A fourth-round pick of the Cowboys in 2016, the 6’3″, 270-pound Tapper appeared in two games with Dallas in 2016-17. In four seasons at Oklahoma, Tapper racked up 15.5 sacks and 26.5 stops for loss.

Signed from the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes, the 25-year-old Campbell played four seasons up north and totaled 53 defensive tackles, four sacks, three touchdowns and two forced fumbles.

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Four Jets have been tendered as exclusive rights free agents.

They would be none other than K Authentic Sam Ficken Jersey, LB Authentic Frankie Luvu Jersey, LB Authentic B.J. Bello Jersey and OL Authentic Leo Koloamatangi Jersey, according to The AP. Since these four players were tendered as ERFAs, they will receive the NFL minimum salary for the 2020 season.

This prevents any of these four players from negotiating with any other team. Had the Jets not tendered them, they would have become free agents.

Ficken is the most notable played tendered out of the four. In his first full-time gig, the kicker had his ups and downs. He was 19-27 on field goals in 2019 and 23-26 on extra points. Ficken’s struggles lied with kicking from distance. Seven of his eight missed field goals came from 40+ yards away.

At the moment, the Jets have a kicking competition on their hands heading into 2020. They signed Brett Maher a couple of months ago and he will have to compete with Ficken for the starting job come training camp.

As for Luvu, he was primarily a backup last season. He made 10 total tackles along with registering a sack. Bello was on and off the Jets’ roster all season long and recorded three tackles in eight games.

Koloamatangi was signed to the practice squad at the end of October and was promoted to the active roster in November. However, he did not see any game action.

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The Jets haven’t announced any offensive line signings after the first two days of the unrestricted free agency signing period. However, reports have the Green & White signing a pair of strong candidates in tackle George Fant from Seattle and interior lineman Authentic Connor McGovern Jersey from Denver.

If those signings are confirmed, the Jets will have started a major renovation at tackle and are still in the middle of restocking guard and center to help Sam Darnold and the offense operate at peak efficiency in 2020.

Kelvin Beachum, the Jets’ LT for the past three seasons, remains on the UFA market. Fant has played both tackle spots for Seattle. With Brandon Shell reported to be signed by the Seahawks, only one other tackle with experience remains on the roster and that’s Chuma Edoga, last year’s third-rounder who started eight straight games (six at RT, two at LT) before going on IR.

If the McGovern signing bears out, it would be a matter of the Jets determining where he fits best. He’s stated that he’d likes center, where he started the last 23 games for the Broncos in 2018-19, but before that he had 13 starts at RG.

The Jets thus could be good to go at guard and still seeking a center either in UFA or the draft to compete with Authentic Jonotthan Harrison Jersey who’s started 18 of the Jets’ last 34 games in the pivot. Or they could feel that center is in great shape and could turn to guard, where Authentic Brian Winters Jersey and the reportedly re-signed Authentic Alex Lewis Jersey are in place and a few intriguing names such as Andrus Peat, Michael Schofield an Greg Van Roten remain on the market.

Here is a reset of the Jets’ three offensive line positions, including all players currently on the roster plus players who have been reported by media outlets to have either signed to join the Jets or signed to depart the Green & White:

Jets Holdovers: Chuma Edoga, Ben Braden
Newly Signed UFA: George Fant (reportedly signed from SEA)
First-Year Jet: Corbin Kaufusi
Free Agent Jets: Kelvin Beachum, Brent Qvale
Departed: Brandon Shell (signed by SEA)
Veterans Still Available: Jason Peters (PHI), Marcus Gilbert (ARZ)

Jets Holdovers: Brian Winters, Alex Lewis (reportedly re-signed), Authentic Conor McDermott Jersey
First-Year Jet: Brian Lundblade
Departed: Tom Compton (signed by SF)
Veterans Still Available: Andrus Peat (NO), Michael Schofield (LAC), Greg Van Roten (CAR)

Jets Holdovers: Jonotthan Harrison, Authentic Leo Koloamatangi Jersey

Newly Signed UFAs: Connor McGovern (reportedly signed from DEN)
First-Year Jet: Authentic Jimmy Murray Jersey
Free-Agent Jet: Ran Kalil

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Through the first wave of free agency, Joe Douglas and the Jets have taken time to improve the team’s offensive line — their No. 1 offseason priority — while also bringing back a number of their own players who had hit the open market.

With moving pieces now falling into place, here’s a look at how the Jets’ depth chart may be looking right now (or at least our best guess), though there’s still work to be done …

QUARTERBACK: Sam Darnold, Mike White
This offseason, much has been made about the Giants’ backup quarterback situation, but the Jets could also use a veteran signal-caller behind Darnold. Trevor Siemian and David Fales, both of whom saw playing time with Darnold dealing with mono last season, are both free agents, and the Jets must add to the QB depth chart.

White is a former fifth-round pick by the Dallas Cowboys, but he doesn’t have the experience many teams look for at the backup spot.

RUNNING BACK: Le’Veon Bell, Josh Adams, Kenneth Dixon, Trenton Cannon, Jalin Moore
Despite the almost constant trade chatter, Bell looks to be the Jets bell cow once again in the backfield. Even in a down season last year, Bell still had nearly 800 rushing yards. As Adam Gase and the coaching staff continue to find the best ways to get Bell the ball, the depth behind him is currently not what it was. Both Ty Montgomery and Bilal Powel are on the open market, as Montgomery was not every effective in his first season in New York.

Josh Adams is an interesting piece, as he was the Eagles’ leading rusher in 2018. He’s had time on the Jets’ practice squad, and he could be a prime candidate to see a big uptick in playing time next season.

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There is obviously one huge piece to the Jets’ reciever puzzle, and that’s Robby Anderson. The wide receiver market has moved at a glacial pace this offseason, with most teams looking ahead to the draft to fill their voids at wide receiver. With that being the case, Anderson could very well end up back with the Jets, but if not, they have a lot of work to do.

Crowder will be back, but he’s more suited to the slot than on the outside. Enunwa’s playing career is in question after another neck injury, and after that, there’s not much on the depth chart. Doctson is a former first-rounder, but he hasn’t lived up to his billing in the NFL.

TIGHT END: Ryan Griffin, Chris Herndon, Trevon Wesco, Ross Travis
Griffin, the UConn product, had a productive first season with the Jets, catching 34 passes with five receiving touchdowns. The question is, can the Jets count on him as a No. 1 tight end? And what about Herndon? Suspensions and injuries limited him to just one game in 2019, but he is a former fourth-round pick who put up 502 receiving yards in his rookie season. Wesco, meanwhile, is more of a blocker and special teams option at this point, as he had just two catches in 16 games last season.

LT: George Fant, Chuma Edoga, Corbin Kaufusi
Fant is a huge gamble for the Jets, but it was likely a necessary one. Yes, he’s mainly been a backup in Seattle, but the Jets were in desperate need for a tackle in free agency, and Fant has the frame to be a solid tackle. He could be a bit of a project, but it’s a high-risk, high-reward move for New York. Plus, there’s always that 11th pick in the draft, which the Jets are very likely to use on another tackle.

LG: Alex Lewis, Connor McGovern, Jonotthan Harrison, Josh Andrews
Trading for Lewis was the first big move that Douglas made last season after taking over as the team’s general manager, and Lewis, while not spectacular, was the team’s most consistent player on the O-line. The Jets recently rewarded him with a new three-year contract, hoping he can pick up where he left off. Behind him, the Jets have both McGovern and Harrison, both with starting experience.

C: Connor McGovern, Jonotthan Harrison, Jimmy Murray, Brad Lundblade, Leo Koloamatangi
McGovern was considered the best center available on the free agent market, and the Jets made sure to grab him early into the league’s new year. The former Bronco should solidify the center spot, where Ryan Kalil struggled after coming out of retirement to sign with Gang Green. McGovern should be a huge upgrade, anchoring the line in front of Darnold. And again, Harrison provides some decent depth as a backup.

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A look at what’s happening around the New York Jets:

1. Ultimate underdog: Of the 256 potential Super Bowl LII matchups, the least likely is a Jets-San Francisco 49ers title showdown, according to the Golden Nugget sports book in Las Vegas.

The current odds are — prepare to gulp — 5,000-to-1.

Oh, my.

Win that bet with a $10 wager and you’d have enough money to buy two PSLs in the Coaches Club at MetLife Stadium.

Let’s try to put that into perspective, if possible. The odds are getting struck by lightning in your lifetime are 13,000-to-1, per the National Weather Service. Hey, if the Jets dump a couple of more veterans before the season …

For a sports comparison, the Leicester City soccer team was a 5,000-to-1 shot to win the Premier League in 2015-2016 — and it did.

I’ve been covering the Jets since 1989, and I can’t recall any season in which the expectations were this low. Even in 1996, the year they bottomed out at 1-15, they entered the season with high hopes, bolstered by an offseason spending spree that included Neil O’Donnell and the arrival of No. 1 overall pick Keyshawn Johnson.

Look at the bright side: A Jets-Dallas Cowboys matchup is only 400-to-1.

2. Four-gone conclusion: The abrupt release of David Harris means the Jets’ version of the Core Four is no more. We’re talking about Nick Mangold and D’Brickashaw Ferguson (both drafted in 2006) and Harris and Darrelle Revis (both drafted in 2007). Mangold acknowledged the Harris news with a tweet, using this hashtag: #EndOfAnEra

So true.

While they weren’t a dynasty, a la the New York Yankees’ Core Four, they represented the best of the Jets — four homegrown players who achieved varying degrees of personal success. Unfortunately, they never tasted a championship. In their seven seasons together, the Jets were 57-55, plus four playoff wins. They got as far as the AFC Championship Game — twice.

In this time of gloom and doom, I’d like to pose this question: Which players will comprise the next Core Four? Leonard Williams and … who? His concert-going buddy, Darron Lee? Jamal Adams? Your guess is as good as mine.

3. Hit Man’s next move: From what I understand, Harris, 33, isn’t considering retirement at this point. He has attracted interest from teams, and there could some action in the coming days. The Cleveland Browns need an inside linebacker after trading Demario Davis to the Jets. The Los Angeles Chargers, coached by former Jets assistant Anthony Lynn, could use some experience in their linebacking corps.

Mangold and Revis also are looking for jobs. It’s all quiet on those fronts, as their asking prices remain high. As of a few weeks ago, Mangold still was looking to be among the highest-paid centers.

4. Maye day! Maye day! Adams has been the talk of the draft class, which is what you’d expect from the sixth overall pick, but the player who really jumped out during the three-week OTA period was second-round safety Marcus Maye. Working mostly at free safety, he impressed the organization with his ability to digest the defense and limit his mental mistakes on the practice field. It’s still early, but the Jets really like the way the Maye-Adams tandem is developing.

5. Gang (Very) Green: Yes, the Jets are a whole lot younger than they were a year ago, but it’s not like they’ve cornered the market on youth. In fact, they’re barely the youngest team in the AFC East. The average opening-day age of their projected starters is 26.2, a bit younger than the Buffalo Bills (26.9). Next is the New England Patriots (27.8), followed by the Miami Dolphins (28.2).

Here’s a breakdown by unit:

Average Age Of Projected AFC East Starters
Jets 27.3 25.2 26.2
Bills 27.1 26.4 26.9
Patriots 27.8 27.7 27.8
Dolphins 26.5 30.0 28.2
6. Short-sighted decision: The Jets goofed by parting ways with Eric Decker, and here’s why: It’ll be that much harder to develop Christian Hackenberg (or Bryce Petty) without an experienced and reliable wide receiver. Every quarterback needs a go-to guy at receiver, especially a young quarterback, and the Jets don’t have one.

Quincy Enunwa and Robby Anderson show promise, but they’re still not polished route runners — and route running is vital in a West Coast-based system. With Decker, you know exactly where he’ll be. He’s also a weapon in the red zone; Enunwa and Anderson have 10 red-zone catches between them.

Barring a trade, the Jets will save $7.25 million when they get around to cutting Decker. I don’t want to say it’s a penny-wise, dollar-foolish decision because we’re talking about a lot of money, but you get the point. Look at the Philadelphia Eagles; they devoted their offseason to upgrading the supporting cast around Carson Wentz. Have the Jets done that with their young quarterbacks? Perhaps for the future, but not now.

7. Stop & Shop: As noted the other day, the Jets have talked to the Baltimore Ravens about Decker. Why the delay? The Ravens could be waiting on an answer from free-agent wide receiver Jeremy Maclin. Best-case scenario for the Jets: Maclin signs with the Bills, increasing the Ravens’ need for Decker. In that case, the Jets might be able to extract a late-round pick from the Ravens.

There’s nothing cooking on the Sheldon Richardson trade front. The Jets are prepared to go into the season with him, hoping his value increases before the mid-season trading deadline.
8. Cap ‘n crunch: The Jets have $16.2 million in cap room, according to — and that includes Decker. When he goes, and when they sign Adams, they’ll be at about $19.5 million. They can carry that into next year, when they could have a whopping $80 million in room.

9. Mo’ better than before: Defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson, coming off a disappointing season, is now 17 months removed from surgery to repair a fractured leg. No more excuses.

“He’s moving well and in good shape,” new defensive-line coach Robert Nunn said. “He’s not in game shape, but he’s in good enough shape to get in shape. … He seems to be moving quicker and I think he feels like he’s moving quicker than he has. I know he struggled off that injury, but he’s very impressive.”

10. Confessions of a sideline reporter: Yep, I was the guy who encountered a Hackenberg pass last week at practice. With a phone in one hand and a notebook in the other, I was able to use my forearm to block a low sideline pass that hit damp grass and skipped like a stone on water. End of story. Can we stop the hysteria, please?