3 possible Carolina Panthers trade targets from the New York Jets

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Which players from the New York Jets might be worth exploring via the trade market for the Carolina Panthers to bolster their rebuild?

It has been a memorable offseason for the Carolina Panthers. The organization looks unrecognizable from that which ended the 2019 campaign. And this substantial culture shift is something they are hoping can lead to them becoming a contender once again.

That will be easier said than done, at least initially. There has been little time for the Carolina Panthers to develop chemistry during the preseason period. But the early signs from training camp have been immensely positive and should stand them in good stead heading into 2020.

Whether this will come with any immediate success is another matter. The Panthers find themselves in the toughest of divisions. And they go into the campaign with a relatively young roster that will be learning on the job against established opposition.

More is going to be needed if Carolina wants to be in the postseason picture down the line. Significant reinforcements are expected from another crucial offseason period in 2021. There is also the possibility of being a little bolder and looking at the trade market if they identify a player of interest.

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Continuing our look at possible trade targets from every NFL team, we now turn our attention to the New York Jets. Expectations are relatively low once again for the organization in 2020. And their task has been further affected by their decision to let star safety Jamal Adams depart for the Seattle Seahawks in a bombshell move.

Here are three candidates from the Jets that could be of significant use to the Panthers going forward.

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