According to a source for Newsday, the New York Jets have zeroed in on New England Patriots free-agent linebacker Dont’a Hightower. The only problem is, so has Bill Belichick.

The Patriots reportedly want to re-sign the two-time Super Bowl champion who made his first Pro Bowl last year.

Hightower, who turned 27 on Sunday, was a first-round pick of New England in 2012. Last season he was named a team captain, and finished with 65 tackles, 21/2 sacks and two passes defensed. He’s totaled 17 sacks in five years in New England.

The Jets’ interest also raises questions about 33-year-old David Harris’ future with the team. The veteran inside linebacker is the longest-tenured Jet.

In 2015, Harris signed a three-year, $21.5 million deal that included $15 million guaranteed. He’s due to earn a base salary of $6.5 million in 2017 unless the Jets release him.

BILLS: Buffalo agreed to terms with wide receiver Corey “Philly” Brown.

Brown spent the past three seasons with Carolina, catching 79 passes for 1,019 yards and seven touchdowns in 43 games (22 starts). First-year Bills coach Sean McDermott is familiar with Brown, having served as Carolina’s defensive coordinator from 2011-16.

Brown entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent out of Ohio State in 2014. He was originally a restricted free agent this offseason but did not receive a tender.

The Bills are revamping their receiving. Buffalo has only one other established player at the position, Sammy Watkins, after losing Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin in free agency.

LIONS: Detroit agreed to a deal with guard T.J. Lang, another significant move to bolster its offensive line in a busy offseason.

Agent Mike McCartney acknowledged the three-year agreement on Twitter. Detroit also signed tackle Rick Wagner in recent days and could have an upgraded offensive line next season even after the departures of Riley Reiff and Larry Warford.

Lang is from the Detroit area and played in college at Eastern Michigan. But has spent his entire career with Green Bay since the Packers drafted him in the fourth round in 2009. Lang started 13 games last season, but now will return to his home state to join one of Green Bay’s division rivals.

GIANTS: New York signed former San Diego offensive lineman D.J. Fluker to a one-year, $3 million deal.

The 11th pick overall in 2013, Fluker started 61 of 66 regular-season and postseason games for San Diego over the last four seasons. He was released Tuesday by the Chargers.

Fluker started 31 games in the regular season and two playoff games at right tackle in his first two seasons. He started 12 games at right guard in 2015, and all 16 last season.