Insider says Jets may cut $55 million stud following Haason Reddick's departure.

The New York Jets may face a bad fallout from the acquisition of Philadelphia Eagles pass rusher Haason Reddick.

ESPN's Rich Cimini speculated that veteran defensive lineman John Franklin-Myers "could be the odd man out" following the Reddick deal. 

He stated in a column published on Sunday, March 31, that "his roster spot is vulnerable because of a $16.4 million cap charge."

JFM's contract could impact the Jets' offseason play. Franklin-Myers, 27, has two years remaining on the $55 million contract he signed in October 2021.

Spotrac estimates that if the green and white left JFM, they would lose $11.1 million in dead cap. The dead cap charge for 2025 is much more manageable, at just $6.5 million.

Franklin-Myers has proven to be a significant feather in general manager Joe Douglas' cap. After the Los Angeles Rams released him in September 2019, New York claimed him off waivers.

He enters the league as the Rams' No. 135 overall choice in the fourth round of 2018. JFM spent only approximately a year and a half with LA before being released.

JFM's Jets debut was delayed due to injury, but he made it well worth the wait. According to Cimini, JFM proved to be adaptable, productive, and "reliable"

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