After acquiring quarterback Mike Vick last week, New York Jets owner Woody Johnson has confirmed his team has interest in Philadelphia Eagles wideout DeSean Jackson.

Johnson said on Sunday at the NFL Annual Meeting in Orlando, Fla. that the Jets are “always interested in talent,” and are looking at a number of players, including Jackson.

But he did say that the Jets would look to acquire Jackson “at a price we can afford or we feel is appropriate,” and if he “fits into the culture of our locker room.”

The Raiders and Panthers also have reported interest in the Eagles receiver, who has 39 total touchdowns in his six-year career.