Robert Saleh hints at potential interest in Jets reuniting with Robbie Chosen

The New York Jets are looking to make changes to their offense in hopes of creating a spark, and they could look into adding a familiar face soon. With the Jets potentially adding a receiver from free agency, Robert Saleh hinted at the team having interest in signing Robbie Chosen.

Chosen has spent the last four seasons with three different teams. The 30-year-old wideout signed with the Miami Dolphins before the 2023 season, only for him to recently be released.

While appearing in only four games for the Dolphins this season, he recorded only one reception. That one reception resulted in a 68-yard touchdown catch in Miami’s 70-20 win over the Denver Broncos earlier this season.

Before playing for the Carolina Panthers, the Arizona Cardinals, and the Dolphins, Chosen spent the first four years of his career with the Jets. His best season with the Jets came in 2017 when he produced 63 catches, 941 yards, and seven touchdowns on 114 targets.

Outside of Garrett Wilson, the Jets haven’t gotten much production out of their wide receivers this season. Wilson is questionable to play on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills, and Allen Lazard hasn’t been consistent.

Even though Chosen has lacked consistency himself, his speed seemingly intrigues Saleh for an offense that is desperate for another receiver to step up alongside Wilson.

Story originally appeared on Jets Wire