Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Sunday...
First of all, I am glad to see that you are still with us. Even before QB Michael Vick was even rumored to be available from the Philadelphia Eagles, I was already aware that he had turned his life around. Here is what the Humane Society had to say about him from two years ago. Please read it.
Bob Glauber: Vick and Dan Reeves agree that the quarterback is up to the challenge.
Jarrett Bell: Vick is the Jets' new definition of hope.
Phil Sullivan: The real story on Vick.
Ben Shpigel: If QB Geno Smith thrives, $5 million for Vick is a steal.
AP: Geno is eager to work with Vick.
The Jet Press: Geno's pass to TE Jeff Cumberland for 29.
Jason Fitzgerald: QB Mark Sanchez, the Jets and his future. Over the Cap explains why the Sanchise was released late.
Greg Bishop: Sanchez's sad saga comes to a close.
Rich Cimini: The Jets have the resources for WR DeSean Jackson.
Forbes: The economics of the Jets. It's another look at "Collision Low Crossers".
The Times of Trenton: Good running backs are available, but teams can wait before drafting them.
ESPN: Detailing rule changes on the agenda.
PFT: Buffalo Bills LB Brandon Spikes and Denver Broncos CB Aqib Talib say that the New England Patriots file false injury reports.
Doug Farrar: CBs Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner prepare to redefine the Patriots' secondary.
Chris Burke: The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed WR Lance Moore.
Shutdown Corner: Tampa Bay Buccaneers S Dashon Goldson hires a tackling coach after nearly $500K in fines.
SB Nation: Did the Oakland Raiders get the right quarterback in Matt Schaub?
Los Angeles Times: The NFL is being sued again over concussions.
Football Zebras: Several NFL officials have ties to the NCAA basketball tournament.
Some more Ozzy for those who are quitting the team:
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, everyone!