Aloha Friday, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...
Let's start off with some bad news for Scott Salmon: fans are no longer allowed to bring fanny packs into NFL stadiums.
Kimberley A. Martin: Rex Ryan is defensive and defiant, entering a make-or-break season.
Kristian Dyer: John Idzik is dealing with early failures in the offseason.
J.P. Pelzman: Idzik defends Mike Goodson's signing.
Conor Orr: Idzik says that the Jets took calculated chances on Goodson and David Garrard.
Brian Costello: The honeymoon won't last for Idzik.
Mike Sielski: Explaining Mark Sanchez's headband.
The Post: Geno Smith clarifies that he'll attend Jets West if asked.
Newsday: The guard spots are still up for grabs.
Eric Allen: Questions remain at wide receiver and tight end.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets' secondary is prepared for life after Darrelle Revis.
Zach Braziller: Kyle Wilson focuses on an opportunity to play without Revis.
Randy Lange: Wilson wraps up his best offseason as a pro.
Conor Orr: The Jets' defensive backs are planning to join Antonio Cromartie to train under his tutelage.
The Jet Press: Rex loves his safeties.
Times Daily: Richard Todd gave a motivational talk on leadership.
Pro Football Focus: The Washington Redskins' secret superstar is Will Montgomery. He was a Jets back up for a while.
The Times-Tribune: Ken Parrish signs with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He was with the Jets for a brief period.
CBS Sports: Mike MacIntyre hopes to turn Colorado around. He was a former Jets assistant.
STL Today: At safety, the St. Louis Rams have looked at Abram Elam for veteran help.
Mercury News: Craig Dahl spills the Rams secrets of knowing the San Francisco 49ers' game plan.
Sports Illustrated: Is Dahl right about the 49ers tipping their plays?
Over the Cap: Should anyone care that Alec Ogletree received no offset guarantees?
AFC East Blog: The Miami Dolphins face competition for Vonta Leach. It's interesting that Gang Green is not mentioned as one of the teams, given Ryan's fondness for veteran fullbacks, especially one with ties to Baltimore.
John Wawrow: Aaron Williams gives the Buffalo Bills safety in numbers.
Mike Florio: The Bills dust off the NFL's dirty little secret.
Jarrett Bell: The Redskins have a history of bigotry.
USA Today: Mike Wallace turned down $76 million from the Minnesota Vikings.
Baltimore Sun: Steve Spagnuolo finds a new focus on the Baltimore Ravens coaching staff.
New York Times: Terrell Thomas is focused on recovery, but also the future.
AP: Larry Fitzgerald is learning to play three spots in the Arizona Cardinals' new offense.
AP: The Denver Broncos have released Willis McGahee.
AP: Chris Johnson wants 2,000 yards again, and the playoffs, too.
AP: Embattled San Diego Chargers team doctor David Chao steps down.
The Record: New Jersey towns are warned not to violate the NFL license.
And now, New Jersey's own E-Town Concrete:
Happy Friday, everyone!