Happy Hump Day and apparently, Law Day, Gang Green Gangsters!
Over the Cap: The finances of the release of Tim Tebow.
Bart Hubbuch: John Idzik says that drafting Geno Smith led to Tebow's release.
Eric Allen: Mark Sanchez's future and the fit for Sheldon Richardson.
Wayne Today: Chris Pantale was picked up to bolster the Jets passing game.
Nordonia Hills News Leader: After drafting him, the Jets asked Brian Winters which quarterback should start.
The Jet Press: Predicting the Jets running back depth charge.
NY Jets Cap: New York Jets roster projection.
SB Nation: Idzik keeps the door open for Braylon Edwards. Don't hold your breath.
SB Nation: The Jets reportedly had conversations with Ramses Barden.
New York Times: Jim Brown returns to Manhasset, still a hometown hero.
New York Post: Tom Coughlin says that the Victor Cruz contract situation has to be a concern.
National Football Post: A bigger role for Tony Romo involves a say in the Dallas Cowboys game plan and personnel.
National Football Post: Tyrann Mathieu's agent disputes that he'll do a deal with no guarantees.
AP: The Cincinnati Bengals are trying to diversify their running game.
AP: Jacksonville Jaguars WR Justin Blackmon has been suspended for substance abuse.
SB Nation: Former Oakland Raiders coach Randy Hanson has been found guilty of battery.
And now here is Hanson:
Enjoy your week, Gang Green Gangsters. As for me, some sad news as my Latin boy band Juan Dirección has broken up. I'm now going solo with my pop career in the style of Bruno Mars. Look out for my new self-titled album called "Jack Uranus".