The best photos from the New York Jets offseason, and some of the players who helped make the Jets the best team in football last season.
New York Patriots Patriots: Tom Brady, WR, Pittsburgh (6)Brady had his best season with a Super Bowl ring.
New England Patriots: Brandin Cooks, WR/CB, Texas (4)Cooks and Patriots cornerback Marcus Roberson are the only players to be named All-Pro in each of the last two seasons.
New Orleans Saints: Ryan Tannehill, QB, Miami (5)The Miami Dolphins quarterback finished the year with the best passer rating (116.8) in the NFL.
Baltimore Ravens: Eric Weddle, WR (1), St. Louis (3)The Ravens WR had the best year of his career with six catches for 113 yards and three touchdowns.
Denver Broncos: Justin Forsett, WR; Aqib Talib, DT; Justin Simmons, DT (1)The Broncos TE had the second-best season of his NFL career with nine catches for 105 yards and a touchdown.
Indianapolis Colts: Dwayne Allen, CB (3), Miami (1); Mike Adams, CB, Houston (3); Jerraud Powers, LB, Oakland (1).
San Francisco 49ers: Patrick Mahomes, QB (1): The first-year QB had the highest passer rating in the league at 120.3.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU (4); Corey Davis, CB; Kenny Clark, WR 6.
The Jaguars RB had the most rushing yards in the country, with 1,942.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Christian McCaffrey, RB (2), Stanford (2)The first-round pick had a career year, rushing for 1,892 yards and 10 touchdowns.
Carolina Panthers: Tre Mason, QB; Deiondre’ Hall, CB. 11.
Oakland Raiders: Marqise Lee, WR 7.
The Raiders WR had his first Pro Bowl appearance with 12 catches for 205 yards and two touchdowns.
Washington Redskins: John Ross, WR 10.
The NFL’s most productive wide receiver had a solid season with seven catches for 137 yards and four touchdowns.
Dallas Cowboys: Dontrelle Inman, CB 5.
The first of three Pro Bowl selections had his second Pro Bowl season with 11 tackles for loss and two interceptions.
New Hampshire Wildcats: Mike Harris, CB 4.
The No. 8-ranked cornerback had the fourth-best coverage grade among cornerbacks in the SEC.
Cincinnati Bengals: Corey Davis (1, 1), Tennessee (1)*Davis was a Pro Bowl selection for the first time.
Miami Dolphins: Mike Williams, WR 5.
Williams had the fifth-best receiving season in NFL history with 12 receptions for 204 yards and six touchdowns.
Buffalo Bills: Mike Evans, WR 9.
Evans had his most productive season since 2010 with 1.942 yards per catch.
Indianapolis Indians: Marlon Mack, OT 6.
Mack had a great season, finishing second on the team in sacks with six.
Atlanta Falcons: Darrin Walls, CB 6.
Walls had one of the best games of his Pro Bowl career with five tackles for a loss and one interception.
Cleveland Browns: Tre Boston, OT/DE 6.
Boston had one tackle for a lost.
San Diego Chargers: Anthony Barr, LB 6.
Barr had one sack for a career-high six sacks.
Tennessee Titans: Josh Doctson, WR 11.
Doctson had his sixth consecutive season with at least 10 catches.
Tampa Rams: Jarrad Davis, OT (5), Boise State (4)*Davis had a breakout season, rushing the ball for 1.1 yards per carry.
New Carolina Panthers (via Jacksonville Jaguars): Jordan Matthews, WR 14.
Matthews had his third straight Pro Bowl, finishing with 1.,067 yards and seven touchdowns.
Detroit Lions: Kenny Golladay, OT, Mississippi State (6)*Golladay finished the season with his first career 100-yard game.
Cincinnati Steelers: Malik McDowell, OT 5.
McDowell had a big season, totaling 38 tackles with 11 sacks, four forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.
San Antonio Chargers: Jordan Willis, OT 7.
Willis had his fourth consecutive season of at least 40 tackles with 8.5 tackles for losses, two forced fums and one sack.
Buffalo Titans: Christian Kirksey, OT 8.
Kirksey had a good season with nine tackles for each of his first five games.
Detroit Raiders: Christian Jones, DT 5.
Jones had the third-best overall defensive tackle rating in football with a 109.5.
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