Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! I hope everybody is having a great weekend. Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...
Mike Vaccaro: New York City first allegiance is a thing of the past.
Exponent-Telegram: Geno Smith would be wise to take a page from Tom Glavine in regards to New York City media.
Conor Orr: Rex Ryan is trying to revive defensive pressure on opposing quarterbacks.
Bob Glauber: Antonio Cromartie is an unlikely mentor for younger players dealing with financial issues. Sometimes it's okay to make mistakes if you learn from them, and not repeat them. And not repeat them.
AFC East Blog: Bill Parcells made a huge impact in the division.
Associated Press: The San Francisco 49ers have hired Eric Mangini as an offensive consultant. His defensive expertise can certainly help prepare the offense. I just wonder why we haven't seen positive results from Rex's involvement with the offense.
The Jet Press: Why can't Kerry Rhodes find a job?
Michael Salfino: Why C.J. Spiller can't be a workhorse. I think the Buffalo Bills should sign D.J. Ware to compete with him. And then get L.J. Smith to catch passes from EJ Manuel. And then hire Jay-Z to represent all of them. I'm full of bright ideas like this. Let me know if you want to subscribe to my newsletter.
Don Banks: Pat White is hoping to turn his Washington Redskins stint into an opportunity. I was gonna write some kind of a planking joke but I wasn't sure if it would be insensitive. Also, it might be a little dated. Also, I couldn't think of one.
Associated Press: The Pittsburgh Steelers' Michael Adams has been stabbed in a robbery attempt.
Sports Illustrated: The Jacksonville Jaguars must balance Denard Robinson's athleticism with an incomplete skill set.
Over the Cap: Podcast on player cuts, collusion, quarterback pricing and more. Yeah, you spend all that money and all you get is a quarterback.
Pro Football Weekly: PFW says goodbye.
And now here is Goldfinger:
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, everyone!