Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily links for today, even though it's all late and errythang. Here is the info for the 2013 Jets minicamp.
NY Jets Cap: Final thoughts on the Jets old front office.
Bob Glauber: Marty Mornhinweg hopes for a quick quarterback decision.
Brian Costello: The quarterback drama took another twist yesterday.
NY Jets Draft: The world won't end when David Garrard retires.
USA Today: Garrard mulls a coaching offer from the Jets.
James Walker: Post-Garrard, the Jets must keep Mark Sanchez.
Seth Walder: Steve Smith bags Sanchez.
Conor Orr: Joe McKnight says that they're going to have to kill him to take his spot.
Bob Glauber: Antonio Cromartie takes over for Darrelle Revis.
Bob Glauber: Dennis Thurman says that Dawan Landry is a starter at one safety spot.
Conor Orr: Thurman says that Quinton Coples is no Vernon Gholston.
Star-Ledger: Sports Authority puts American Dream up for a vote on Friday.
Associated Press: The Buffalo Bills promote Doug Whaley to take over as GM.
USA Today: The New England Patriots release Kyle Love after his diabetes diagnosis.
Sports Illustrated: Is Tyler Wilson a realistic option as the Oakland Raiders starter?
Associated Press: Alex Smith is already becoming a leader of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Associated Press: Ex-FBI director Louis Freeh has been hired in the suit against Jimmy Haslam.
Sports Illustrated: Are better days coming for minority hires?
The Football Educator: More are counting on player benefits.