Jets won’t re-sign players before March 4, but cuts are coming

Jets G.M. Mike Tannenbaum confirmed Thursday that the Jets don’t plan to re-sign any of their free agents like Santonio Holmes or Braylon Edwards before the end of the league year on March 3.

There will be some cuts coming, however, Tannenbaum indicated.

When asked about Vernon Gholston, Tannenbaum said they still had a “couple of days” before making any final decisions on cutting players.  Jason Taylor is expected to be released, but Tannenbaum wouldn’t go into details.

“There are some loose ends we want to get taken care of by the end of the league year,” Tannenbaum.

Other than the Raiders, not many teams are signing players right now.  But the impending work stoppage isn’t going to stop some interesting names from being cut over the next 10 days.