Both the Lions and Titans have shown interest in Coleman as well. He actually played for the Jets back in 2010, so there’s at least a connection to the team, but nothing appears to be imminent at this point in time.
Coleman, 29, wound up starting just four games for the Jaguars last season, but finished the year with 46 tackles, two sacks, two interceptions and three forced fumbles.
The Jaguars signed him to a three-year worth $5.4 million last year, but the Jaguars recent signing of Aaron Ross may have forced them to move on.
Coleman will almost certainly catch on with another team given his production in a limited amount of playing time.