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New York Jets free agency plans include second receiver

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New York Jets are going for the aggressive approach during free agency with the news that one top quality receiver is not enough for them.

Gang Green signed Eric Decker on the second day of free agency as they picked up of the most prized receiving assets available.

Not just happy with the signing of arguably the best wide-out that was available, the Jets are now moving onto their other target.

James Jones is seen as the perfect foil for Decker, and the Jets are now completely focused on bringing in the speedster. 

Jones offered the Packers a great deep threat in the past few seasons, something which the Jets have been missing for sometime. 

As Ian Rapoport explained, "They want to sign 2 WRs RT @MMehtaNYDN: Sources: Jets have expressed a real interest in Packers WR James Jones."

A strong receiving corp is what the Jets need and it's seems like that is exactly what they are going to get. 

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