Here’s a look at some of the Jets’ major moves in recent years:

Tim Tebow, March 2012

They acquire backup QB Tebow from Denver for a 2012 fourth-round pick. Result: Turns out to be a major distraction and an unproductive spare part, and the Jets hope they can trade him.

Santonio Holmes, April 2010

They acquire WR Holmes from Pittsburgh for a fifth-round pick in the 2010 draft. Result: His late-game heroics win several games, but his production declines after he signed a long-term deal in 2011.

Antonio Cromartie, March 2010

They acquire CB Cromartie from San Diego for a 2011 third-round pick. Result: He develops into one of the top CBs and now will replace Revis as the No. 1 corner.

Mark Sanchez, April 2009

They acquire the fifth pick in 2009 draft from Cleveland for first- and second-round picks, plus S Abram Elam, DL Kenyon Coleman and QB Brett Ratliff. Result: No. 5 pick Sanchez plays well in two postseason runs, but has regressed.