New York Jets general manager John Idzik is trying to get a handle on the team’s offensive line.
The Jets finished the 2015 season 9-7 and had the worst offensive line in the league, according to Pro Football Focus.
They finished with the fifth-worst rushing attack in the NFL last season.
Idzik said he wants to do better at the line.
He said this offseason he wanted to upgrade the position by adding a tackle.
He said he’s going to have to make a decision on the position this offseason.
Idk has had success with the position the past few years, signing former Pittsburgh Steelers tackle David DeCastro in free agency.
DeCastro struggled for two seasons and is now a free agent.
Idzik had to make tough decisions on DeCasto because the Steelers are trying to upgrade a position that was supposed to be good.
The new front office, led by general manager Mike Maccagnan, took over the Jets last offseason.
It will be the first time Idzik was in charge of the offensive line since 2011.
Maccagnans draft class was the best in the game.
He had the No. 4 pick, with a second-round pick from San Francisco.
The Jets took linebacker Reuben Foster in the third round and wide receiver Sammy Watkins in the fourth round.