Good afternoon, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...
Jason La Canfora: Mark Sanchez is just the start of the Jets' overspending.
Erich Allen: The Geno Smith and Sanchez competition will heat up.
Kristian Dyer: Hayden Smith is enjoying a cup of coffee with his NFL education.
NFL.com: Kyle Wilson hasn't shown the consistent cover skills to become a front-line players.
Seth Walder: Quinton Coples expects to make a smooth transition to linebacker.
Conor Orr: Coples now has countless responsibilities. Or, they Cople-d him with more responsibility?
Conor Orr: A breakdown of all the competitions on offense.
Rich Cimini: Jets contracts by length.
The Jet Press: Who has a chance to shine this season?
USA Today: Bill Parcells says that coaches still search for players like Deacon Jones.
ESPN: Bill Belichick's attention to detail has made the New England Patriots a model franchise.
SF Gate: Eric Mangini's role with the San Francisco 49ers will evolve over two years.
M Go Blue: Darryl Conway has been named Associate AD of Student-Athlete health and welfare. He was a Jets assistant for a time.
Buccaneers.com: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have added Derek Dimke. He was with Gang Green briefly.
Associated Press: Darrelle Revis is making strides in his rehab from knee surgery.
CBS Sports: Chris Johnson is not worried about Shonn Greene taking any carries.
New Jersey Newsroom: Jets and Giants fans could get free parking on gameday. This assumes that fans can park at that new mall on gameday and walk to the stadium, but I'm pretty sure they'll figure out a way to charge those going to the game.
Bill Pennington: Jason Pierre-Paul has back surgery.
Associated Press: President Obama congratulates the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens.
Associated Press: Ben Roethlisberger undergoes knee surgery.
Associated Press: Maurice Jones-Drew reaches out to his coach and GM.
Associated Press: Ex-hoops player Demetrius Harris is turning heads with the Kansas City Chiefs.
NFL.com: Roger Goodell plans to expand the NFL presence in London.
New York Times: The NFL deal on use of images divides retirees.
Over the Cap: Free agency review.
And now some Pennywise because I feel like it:
Happy Hump Day!