Are Jets creating space for big free-agent signing?

Continuing to make moves and create salary-cap space, the New York Jets will release starting guard Brandon Moore. While the Jets will lose a guard who now will be free to sign with any team, they will save nearly $7.5 million against their salary cap.

Just one day ago, the Jets released tight end Chris Baker before having to pay him a $9 million bonus on March 5. Moore is now the next cut. It almost seems as if each day the Jets are creating more and more salary-cap space to perhaps sign a veteran quarterback or one of the defensive free agents that played for New York head coach Rex Ryan in Baltimore.

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