Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday.
Eric Allen: Rex Ryan says that the Jets are in better shape at quarterback than in 2009.
Bob Glauber: Rex likes his quarterback situation.
Steve Serby: Rex runs down his weight loss and Pamplona thrill.
The Jet Press: A reason to believe in Mark Sanchez. Give him time to change our mind, and we'll find a way to just leave the past behind.
JetNation: Options with Santonio Holmes.
Deseret News: John Cullen's NFL career was ending before it even really started. Apparently he was with the Jets very briefly this year. I don't even remember him.
Scarlet Nation: Where is Mike Fladell now? He mentions how he failed a physical with the Jets.
Associated Press: The New England Patriots have released WR Donald Jones.
Associated Press: The San Francisco 49ers have acquired Eric Wright from Tampa Bay.
Associated Press: Six current and former Dallas Cowboys are possible Josh Brent witnesses.
My San Antonio: Rich Gannon says that Bill Callahan won't be solely committed to the run. I can't wait to see how he calls the offense this year, not that I need further confirmation that he would have been a better choice for Jets' OC last year than whatshisname.
Syracuse.com: A jury decided that Delone Carter's punch was worth $40K.
Pro Football Talk: The NFL missed a chance to make the offset language moot two years ago. Now they'll play along with this charade that doesn't seem to be a reason to change.
Over the Cap: Salary cap space update.
Public service announcement: steer clear of the Hudson River's water.
Chris Christie is steering clear of the Meadowlands complex dispute. So what happens to the American Dream deferred?
And here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them. Enjoy your weekend, folks!