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The New York Jets are showing a lot of interest in Kansas State’s Josh Freeman, scheduling private workouts and meetings with the big junior quarterback over the next few days, according to Gil Brandt of and Jeffrey Martin of the Wichita Eagle and the Kansas City Star. Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer is scheduled for a chalk talk with Freeman on Monday, and Jets coach Rex Ryan and General Manager Mike Tannenbaum are joining Schottenheimer on Tuesday to put Freeman through his paces. On March 23, Jacksonville Jaguars quarterbacks coach Mike Shula is set for a private workout with Freeman. Freeman is one of the largest quarterback prospects in recent years at nearly 6'6" and 252 pounds. Among the NFL brass who attended Freeman’s Pro Day last week: St. Louis Rams quarterbacks coach Dick Curl, Seattle Seahawks quarterbacks coach Bill Lazor, Minnesota Vikings quarterbacks coach Kevin Rogers, Detroit Lions assistant coach Jeff Horton, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterbacks coach Greg Olson.