Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! I hope you're all getting over losing the best corner in football. Remember, we've still got Joe McKnight. He almost touched Joe Flacco once.
Conor Orr: Looking back at Darrelle Revis's top moments with the Jets.
Peter King: How the trade to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers finally went down.
NY Jets Draft: The pros and cons of the trade.
Over the Cap: The dismantling and rebuilding of a team.
Pro Football Focus: For the Jets, it is a respectable and modest haul.
Tampa Tribune: Warren Sapp is not so sure about the trade.
Toni Monkovic: Accepting the Revis trade.
J.P. Pelzman: Hits and misses with the Jets' trades.
J.P. Pelzman: The relationship between the Jets and Revis was rocky from the start.
Kristian Dyer: Trading was necessary for the Jets.
Mark Cannizzaro: The fleeced Jets look like the joke of the league. Because they had a stellar reputation until yesterday.
Ian O'Connor: The Revis era ends with an error.
Rich Cimini: Revis and the Jets share the blame for the split.
Mike Vorkunov: Woody Johnson says that it was the correct decision.
Bob Glauber: The trade was the right move for John Idzik.
Brian Costello: It is now up to Idzik to make the most of their 1st-round picks. Which you should do regardless of how many and what round.
Judy Battista: With Darrelle gone, Rex Ryan's future is in doubt.
Steve Serby: Rex is now in purgatory.
Dave D'Allesandro: Rex has one foot out the door. Yeah, but he's still got one foot in the door, right?
Mike Vorkunov: Rex says that the Jets will continue to play great defense.
Gary Myers: It could be good for the Jets but bad for Ryan.
Eric Allen: The Jets will be power players on the draft weekend. As opposed to their shorthanded goals in the past.
Times-Picayune: The New York Jets are expected to offer a 5th-round pick for New Orleans Saints RB Chris Ivory. Oh Lord, why don't we?
The Record: NFL Draft preview of linebackers.
Star-Ledger: The defensive line is filled with raw talent in Sharrif Floyd and Star Lotulelei.
Associated Press: When will Manti Te'o be selected? So how exactly is that pronounced, Man-tee or Man-tie? Sorry, I don't watch much college football.
And lastly, I'd just like to thank Revis for all his efforts on the field. He was a true professional. But thinking back, "Revis Island" is indeed a great description. He was on his own most of the time, a part of the team, yet apart from the team.