Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Brian Costello: Mike Mayock says that the Jets could take multiple wideouts.
Randy Lange: OC Marty Mornhinweg and DC Dennis Thurman look back and ahead before heading to the NFL Combine.
Rich Cimini: A close and revealing look at OLB Calvin Pace's career year.
Jets Rant: DE Muhammad Wilkerson studies film of Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt. So we do have a spy on J.J. Watt after all.
Xes&Os: David Nelson was the Jets' 2nd best WR, while Stephen Hill was the worst.
rminton618: Rookie season comparisons of QBs Geno Smith and Mark Sanchez. Again, it looks like this only includes Mark's first rookie season, and not his other three.
The Jets Blog: Free agency focus.
The Jet Press: How much does afranchise tag cost?
JetNation: Free agency, the draft and the offseason.
Turn On the Jets: Free agency primer on linebackers.
NYJ OTP: Interview with Sky Sports' Jeff Reinbold.
NJ.com: Joe Namath made a cameo on Jimmy Fallon's show.
ESPN: Kerry Rhodes doesn't believe he was blacklisted.
AP: Kevin Mawae said that a strong leader can nip jokes early to stop someone from crossing the line.
AP: The Baltimore Ravens await details on the arrest of RB Ray Rice.
UPI: Atlanta Falcons WR Roddy White has been arrested for failure to appear in court.
The Sports Xchange: The Indianapolis Colts have released RB Tashard Choice and DE Jake McDonough. Tashard was not their choice, and Jake, they donough about him.
Stampeded Blue: The Colts should bring in a veteran like San Francisco 49ers C Jonathan Goodwin. Man, I'd love to have that guy back in green and white.
Seattle Times: The Seattle Seahawks still have high hopes for their 2013 draft class.
New York Times: CBS has dropped Dan Marino and Shannon Sharpe and has added Tony Gonzalez to the "NFL Today".
NJ.com: CBS was reportedly hoping to hire HC Rex Ryan if he was fired.
ESPN: Behind the scenes at the combine.
NFP: The comprehensive medical examinations during the NFL combine.
Here are yesterday's links.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Now let's work on our Mechanics:
Happy Hump Day, everyone!