Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
Brian Costello: The silence on QB Mark Sanchez is the same as saying goodbye.
Bob Glauber: This year, GM John Idzik can deal from strength.
Kimberley A. Martin: Idzik and HC Rex Ryan are not tipping their hand on their plans for Sanchez. Uh uh. They don't tip. They don't believe in it.
Eric Allen: Rex and Idzik's true colors.
Darryl Slater: Rex says that Missouri DE Michael Sam would fit in just like the rest.
Cleveland.com: Rex is confident that new Cleveland Browns HC Mike Pettine will do a great job.
Sports Mole: According to Rex, Houston Texans DC Romeo Crennel will prove successful.
PFT: The Jets are described as near the end of their rope with WR Stephen Hill.
The Jet Press: In defense of TE Jeff Cumberland.
Darryl Slater: The Jets have options if they want to supplement the tight end position.
Kristian Dyer: Three things to watch at the NFL Combine.
Over the Cap: New franchise and RFA tender estimates.
Shutdown Corner: Chicago Bears RG Matt Slauson overcame his stuttering issues with the help of football.
The Times and Democrat: Texans OLB Ricky Sapp and Tampa Bay Buccaneers DE Da'Quan Bowers work together to get ready for the new season.
Nunes Magician: Bobby Acosta has been hired to coach the tight ends at Syracuse.
The Sacramenton Bee: Eric Mangini is now the San Francisco 49ers tight ends coach.
Penn Live: Herman Edwards sees a locker room run amok at the Miami Dolphins.
Tara Sullivan: Dolphins HC Joe Philbin's stance is a weak one.
PFT: Jimmy Johnson sounds off on the firing of former Dolphins trainer Kevin O'Neill.
OSN: Revelations from the Ted Wells report.
Steelers Depot: The Pittsburgh Steelers are prepared for WR Emmanuel Sanders to test free agency.
Cleveland.com: Browns WR Davone Bess talks about his arrest.
Turf Show Times: St. Louis Rams offseason primer on free agency.
AP: The Atlanta Falcons have added former Rams GM Billy Devaney as a scout.
Here are yesterday's links.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Here is Brian Williams' delightful rap:
Have a great weekend, everyone!