Daily links to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.
Kristian Dyer: John Idzik is right to make no signings.
Ben Shpigel: The Jets deconstruct as Rex Ryan looks on.
NFL.com: The Jets should think twice about letting Dustin Keller walk. They shouldn't be so easily bothered by persistence.
JetNation: Why Darrelle Revis will not be traded.
Bucs Nation: The money won't be a problem, but the draft picks will be.
Brian Costello: The Jets are interested in Kevin Kolb.
Doug Farrar: Signs and sources point to Kolb as the Jets' Week 1 starter.
NYJets.com: Jets Talk Live with David Garrard.
Rant Sports: Tim Tebow could become the next Moose. A back-up goalie? Oh wait, they meant Daryl Johnston. Wouldn't it be cool though to make a hockey save while in the Tebowing position?... Where was I? Oh yeah, I was sharing links.
One Jet at a Time: Q&A with Eric Crocker.
Conor Orr: The Jets were scouting Geno Smith's pro day.
James Walker: The New England Patriots have signed Leon Washington.
The Sports Xchange: John Abraham is scheduled to visit with the Patriots.
The Sports Xchange: The Baltimore Ravens have re-signed James Ihedigbo.
The Sports Xchange: Defensive backs move to the A list in free agency.
NFL Philosophy: Position breakdown of defensive backs.
USA Today: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie doesn't think the Broncos will be a "Dream Team". I was really hoping our backfield would be Rodgers-Cromartie, Antonio Cromartie, along with LaRon Landry and Dawan Landry. The linebackers are David and Davis. In practice they'll defend Stephen Hill, Jason Hill and Lex Hilliard.
Jason Cole: The Denver Broncos' signing of Wes Welker puts even more pressure on Peyton Manning.
Mike Florio: Defenses are obsessed with stopping the read option.
Mike Freeman: Finally, the tuck rule may be changed.
Deadspin: The tuck rule and five other changes that NFL owners will vote on.
Deadspin: ESPN suspends Bill Simmons from Twitter.
Forward.com: The New York Attorney General demands that the NFL not tolerate discrimination or harassment on the basis of sexual orientation.
Miami Herald: A hotel-tax hike might bring the Super Bowl to Miami, but the NFL doesn't want to pay.
And lastly, Cecilio's Scribe helps the Jets in search of a quarterback.
Think twice, because it's just another day for you and me in paradise:
As we wait for news on Mike Goodson, behind the scenes of "The Good Son":
Behind the scenes of the Revis trade:
Iron Maiden's "The Ides of March":
And share some laughs with Sione Po'uha:
Aloha Friday, Gang Green Gangsters!