Jets GM Mike Maccagnan claims the arrival of No. 6 overall pick Leonard Williams doesn't impact the Muhammad Wilkerson situation.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports the Jets want "multiple first-round picks" in exchange for RE Muhammad Wilkerson.
The Jets may look to shop RE Muhammad Wilkerson, according to Rich Cimini of ESPN New York.
The New York Daily News sees Jets RE Muhammad Wilkerson as "doubtful" to be traded on Thursday night.
ESPN Jets reporter Rich Cimini could only see New York trading RE Muhammad Wilkerson if it's able to land USC DL Leonard Williams in the draft.
The New York Daily News reports the Jets are "not looking to trade" RE Muhammad Wilkerson.
At least two teams have approached the Jets about trading for RE Muhammad Wilkerson.
The Newark Star-Ledger expects contract-year RE Muhammad Wilkerson to settle for an extension in the range of $30 million guaranteed.
Walk-year RE Muhammad Wilkerson's player rep made no mention of his contract situation when discussing his absence from the start of the Jets' offseason program.
Jets RE Muhammad Wilkerson did not report for the first day of the Jets' offseason program.
When asked about Muhammad Wilkerson's contract status, Jets GM Mike Maccagnan said, "we definitely want to keep him in the organization."
The Jets will meet with RE Muhammad Wilkerson's player rep at the Combine.
Jets owner Woody Johnson said the team will discuss RE Muhammad Wilkerson's contract situation next week.
Jets RE Muhammad Wilkerson admitted that he expected to have a new contract already.