Hm. I feel a draft coming on...
Ben Shpigel: John Idzik is known for his steady approach.
J.P. Pelzman: Idzik is ready to run his first draft.
Kimberley A. Martin: The pressure is on Idzik.
Brian Costello: Idzik begins rebuilding tonight.
Bob Glauber: Wayne Chrebet knows that rebuilding won't be easy.
James Walker: The New York Jets would be wise to acquire more picks.
NFL.com: The Jets are keeping their options open and might trade down.
NYJets.com: Jeff Bauer is ready for his first draft as director.
SB Nation: The Jets are not expected to take a quarterback in the first round.
Manish Mehta: To stay, Rex Ryan may need the Jets to pick a quarterback in the first round.
Kristian Dyer: The Jets target substance over sizzle.
Conor Orr: Three players the Jets could draft in the first round.
Mike Sielski: With so many holes, the Jets hardly can go wrong in the draft.
The Jet Press: Predictions for Day One.
Jets Flight Deck: Jets round by round mock.
Real Football Services: One final round 1 mock.
The Record: Jets' draft preview.
Pro Football Focus: Draft Day deals in 2009.
Dave Hutchinson: Bill Cowher is not ready to give up on Mark Sanchez.
Conor Orr: The secondary looks to move on and sees Antonio Cromartie step up.
Salon: Did that Broadway Joe Namath special really happen? For fans of "Mad Men".
Over the Cap: Year 1 and 2 salary cap hits for top 10 draft picks under the new CBA.
Daily News: Dee Milliner may be fit to replace Darrelle Revis.
Jenny Vrentas: Tyrann Mathieu believes he's the guy to replace Revis.
Jenny Vrentas: Tavon Austin says that Rex had a plan for him.
Mark Cannizzaro: Geno Smith answers critics and says that the Jets are interested.
Judy Battista: The lack of quarterbacks overshadows a deep class.
Mike Freeman: One general manager says that this is the worst draft in the past 10 years.
Conor Orr: The linemen will dominate early.
The Fifth Down: Ranking the top 5 running backs in the draft.
The Fifth Down: Ranking the top 5 wide receivers in the draft.
NFL.com: The Kansas City Chiefs have fielded calls for the No. 1 draft pick.
Associated Press: The Dallas Cowboys could keep up their draft trend of moving around.
Associated Press: This year's draft is heavy on size and light on glamour.
Associated Press: Mike Shanahan says that Robert Griffin III plays only if 100 percent.
SB Nation: Before RGIII, Reggie Collier was the original dual-threat.
National Football Post: Quentin Groves has been arrested and charged with solicitation of prostitution.
Sports Illustrated: Jimmy Haslam's investigation is just another heartbreak for Cleveland Browns fans.
Sports Illustrated: For Brandon O'Brien, honor, service and sacrifice is more vital than the NFL.
Star-Ledger: A drug that could reverse depression symptoms draws the interest of the NFL Alumni Association.
OSN: Kim Kiper puts her husband's mock draft up on the fridge.
Hopefully, The Wizard of Id(zik) will stay steady and get a draft that's solid as a rock:
Happy Draft Day, Gang Green Gangsters!