The New York Jets are among the three teams currently interested in signing free-agent defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, according to Gregg Bell of the News Tribune.

Bell reported “Gang Green” is in on the bidding, as are the Tennessee Titans and the Seattle Seahawks. Bell also noted Clowney likely has yet to receive an appealing offer along the lines of the $21 million annual average value the Indianapolis Colts gave defensive tackle DeForest Buckner:

Seattle began Thursday the way it began Wednesday, Tuesday, the week, the month—heck, the offseason: waiting for Clowney to decide if he wants to stay or go. The three-time Pro Bowl edge rusher has been weighing offers from multiple teams, believed to include the New York Jets and Tennessee Titans, in addition to the Seahawks.

It’s become obvious Clowney has not received the top-of-the-market offers he’s been seeking. That is, at or above the $21 million per season the Colts gave premier pass rusher Deforest Buckner this week in a new deal, after San Francisco traded him to Indianapolis for a first-round draft choice.

Unlike the Titans and Seahawks, however, the Jets have a little more cap to spend, and they also have a concrete need for an edge rusher.

The Jets ranked just 23rd in sacks last season despite ranking 10th in terms of defense-adjusted value over average (DVOA), according to Football Outsiders.

Clowney only had 3.0 sacks last season, but he also had four forced fumbles and ranked seventh in terms of pass rush win rate, per ESPN.

New York might have to shell out the big bucks to land Clowney. That said, he might be the player capable of making the Jets one of the best defenses in the NFL in 2020.