Randly Lange: John Idzik is feeling like it's gameday.
Manish Mehta: Idzik is still entertaining trade offers for Darrelle Revis.
Steve Serby: Idzik can't cave to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Conor Orr: Jeff Bauer says that the quarterback class is better than advertised.
John Holt: Some old and some new for Terry Bradway, Bauer and the scouts.
Kristian Dyer: Idzik doesn't include Tim Tebow in the quarterback competition.
Deadspin: Quarterback guru Steve Clarkson says that he fixed Tebow with Tai Chi.
AM 570 Radio: A podcast with Mark Sanchez.
Steve Clarkson: The sabotage of the quarterback.
The Jet Set: Apathy and hypocrisy of two quarterbacks.
The Record: D'Brickashaw Ferguson offers Paterson students pointers on nutrition and life.
Pro Football Focus: Second round draft failures.
SB Nation: The best draft picks of the century.
The Jet Press: Wayne Chrebet will announce the Jets' Day 2 draft choices.
Star-Ledger: Eddie Lacy leads a group of shaky running back prospects.
The Record: NFL Draft preview of running backs.
Sports Illustrated: Michael Mauti has one more roadblock - proving his health.
Sports Illustrated: Ezekiel Ansah is just starting to tap his football potential.
ESPN.com: Ziggy has his passport viewed by teams.
New York Times: Pat Summerall made the most of his gifts and his flaws.
Over the Cap: Valuation metrics for the Clay Matthews extension.
Daily News: Justin Tuck says that the New York Giants won't miss Victor Cruz until Week 1.
Associated Press: Justin Smith and Aldon Smith are on pace after their surgeries.
Associated Press: Michael Vick practices like he is the Philadelphia Eagles' starter.
Associated Press: Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts are ready for a second round.
Jacksonville.com: Blaine Gabbert is not worried about the Jacksonville Jaguars drafting a quarterback.
Baller Alert: Kerry Rhodes' assistant speaks out.
CBS Sports: Myron Rolle urgers upcoming draft picks to use the NFL to better their life.
Associated Press: Forrest Gregg is fighting Parkinson's and not the NFL.
Newsday: NFL players react to the Texas fertilizer plant explosion.
Yahoo! Sports: Federal investigators are probing an alleged $18 million scam involving NFL and NBA players.
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