Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Kristian Dyer: Rex Ryan's run with the bulls might pay off.
The Jet Press: Keep Ryan's offensively challenged hands away from Geno Smith.
Jets Rant: Is it a big deal if Geno Smith doesn't attend Mark Sanchez's Jets West? Yes, it means there may be hope for him yet.
Star-Ledger: Hayden Smith is heading back to England to get married.
Crackback: Beware the fury of Chris Ivory.
Penn Live: Danny Lansanah is launching a charity softball game.
Wall Street Journal: Fans will get new access to NFL dressing rooms. Antwan Barnes is quoted in the article.
NYJets.com: Is a Jet in line fordouble-digit sacks?
Associated Press: A New Jersey megamall developer is suing the Jets and Giants.
Pro Football Focus: Top ten interior defenders of the past five years. Sione Pouha makes the list.
Sports Illustrated: Kliff Kingsbury is focused on substance over style.
Newswire: The Sean Kimerling Foundation will have its 10th annual golf event. Chad Cascadden, Rich Caster and Bruce Harper will be there.
Baltimore Sun: Matt Elam is not hiring an agent. He is leaning on his brother Abram Elam's experience. James Ihedigbo is also quoted in the article.
Over the Cap: The best and worst contracts on the Kansas City Chiefs.
Over the Cap: Thoughts on the Detroit Lions extension of Matthew Stafford.
Pride of Detroit: Staffrod's extension is a good deal for the Lions.
AP: A second Denver Broncos executive is facing DUI charges.
AP: A judge denied class-action status in a Super Bowl seating lawsuit.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
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Happy Hump Day, everyone!