Needing a receiver, the Jets took Iowa Running Back Shonn Greene.
I'm not saying that they didn't need a halfback, but it wasn't as big a need as receiver. That tells me that the organization believes Thomas Jones will not be here for much longer. But running back could have waited until next season.
So New York has no receiver and no more picks, other than their 6th round selection.
An aside: Why would the Jets give up their late round draft picks when drafting late has been their strength?
2006: 4th Round - Leon Washington, Brad Smith -- 6th round: Drew Coleman
2007: 7th Round - Chansi Stuckey
2008: 4th Round - Dwight Lowery
Despite the failure to draft a young receiver, the Jets could still get someone to fill in.
1st is Marvin Harrison. Hopefully, he doesn't ask for a boatload of money due to his age, but Harrison is still an exceptional wide out.
2nd is Reggie Williams. at 6'4", 215, he has the size the Jets need. I know he was just arrested for cocaine possession, but I think Rex Ryan can put up with him.
The rest of the remaining free agents are guys that I would never want, like Jerry Porter, Marty Booker and Drew Bennett.