The Facts: Hill visited the New York Jets on Thursday, according to a report from ESPN.
Diehards Line:If Hill receives an offer sheet from another team, it could present a difficult decision for the New Orleans Saints, who have limited salary cap space available. The Saints submitted a qualifying offer to Hill (for $1.671 million) allowing the team to match any offer he receives. Hill has until April 22 to sign an offer sheet with a team, although in practice it would likely happen much earlier. The Saints would then have five days to match the offer or let Hill go. ... Hill has spent three seasons with the Saints after signing as an undrafted free agent out of Idaho State in 2013. In 46 games, he has 36 receptions for 340 yards and eight touchdowns.