The Facts: According to Daily News staffer Manish Mehta, the Jets have been in talks with the Ivory camp, but the likelihood is that he'll test free agency.
Diehards Line:Nobody would have guessed this when Ivory racked up 362 total yards in back-to-back games against the Dolphins and Washington in Weeks 4 and 6. But nagging injuries slowed Ivory down in the second half of the season, but he still finished with his first 1,000-yard season and Pro Bowl berth. Mehta believes the Jets want him back, but it’s more likely that Ivory will land a bigger pay day from another team. While he'll be in demand by NFL teams (New England, Dallas and Houston have all been mentioned), fantasy owners should remember that Ivory is approaching the age when running backs typically start to decline, although it should be noted he's only 10th in carries (627) over the last three seasons -- not an unusually heavy workload.