Happy Monday, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...
Rex Ryan was impressed with the running game on Saturday.
Mark Cannizzaro thinks that Ryan's salary and a decent season may keep him with the team.
Rich Cimini shares info the the book about Woody Johnson.
Boomer Esiason wants Mark Sanchez gone if Geno Smith is the starting quarterback.
Bilal Powell hopes to continue improving.
Gang Green addedRB Mossis Madu, WR Michael Campbell and C Eric Cook after cutting Jordan White and Eric Crocker.
Kellen Winslow and Braylon Edwards missed playing with each other.
The Jets Blog shares an exclusive video interview with Austin Howard.
Mike Westhoff has liked Brian Winters since seeing him play in the Senior Bowl.
Brian Costello notes that the Jets may be interested in a veteran safety, probably Eric Smith or Kerry Rhodes.
JetNation shares more notes on the Green and White scrimmage.
NY Jets Draft looks at the expectations for this year's draftees.
Ben Hartsock makes this list of PFF's best recent single games for tight ends.
Hugh Douglas and Michael Smith don't like each other.
Uni-Watch shares thoughts on the new Miami Dolphins logo and uniform.
Barry Wilner shares thoughts on the Hall of Fame Game.
The Green Bay Packers will take a look at Vince Young.
Bryan Bulaga has a knee injury.
So does Darrius Heyward-Bey.
Jenny Vrentas: Brandon Weeden knows that he has to win over the Cleveland Browns' new regime.
AP: A 5-year-old cancer survivor scored a touchdown for the Browns. Well, somebody had to do it.
SI: Will Jay Cutler mesh with Mark Trestman?
SI: Hall of Fame DT Art Donovan is dead at 89.
New York Times: The route between Green Bay and Minnesota is lined with hard feelings.
New York Times: Warning labels on helmets combat injury and liability.
If you're thinking of switching from Time Warner Cable, I highly recommend getting Verizon FiOS.
Have a great day, everyone!