Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Tuesday...
NJ.com: HC Rex Ryan is high on QB Geno Smith and mum on QB Mark Sanchez's future.
NYJets.com: LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson on the draft experience.
Scout.com: The indomitable spirit of TE Zach Sudfeld.
Star-Ledger: Joe Namath looks back, using a prism named Derek Jeter.
The Jets Setter: Draft discussion.
The Jet Press: Football and family.
Daily News: The Jets look to improve their wide receiver corps with free agency around the corner.
The Post: TE Jermichael Finley could be the Jets' best chance for a tight end upgrade.
ESPN: Time for the Jets to take a hard look at Buffalo Bills S Jairus Byrd.
ESPN: New England Patriots CB Aqib Talib is a case of buyer beware.
ESPN: Miami Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey hits his first home run with CB Brent Grimes.
USA Today: With big contracts, Patriots WR Danny Amendola and Dolphins WR Mike Wallace need to produce.
NFP: Dolphins DT Paul Soliai could be heading elsewhere. Please, sir, I want Samoa.
NFP: LB D'Qwell Jackson will visit the Dolphins.
Over the Cap: Recapping yesterday's transactions.
SI: 2014 NFL free agency disappointments.
AP: The San Francisco 49ers and WR Anquan Boldin have agreed to a 2-year deal.
AP: 49ers HC Jim Harbaugh insists that his contract and power aren't issues.
Mercury News: 49ers DB Coach Ed Donatell returns on a two-year contract. Cowabunga!
PFT: The NFL officially applies the tight end tag to TE Jimmy Graham.
PFT: The Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers don't have to worry about poison pills.
Behind the Steel Curtain: LB Jason Worilds has received the transition tag.
WKYC: The Browns use the transition tag on C Alex Mack.
OSN: His mother encourages Cincinnati Bengals QB Andy Dalton to keep his career options open.
SB Nation: Searching for surplus value among the offensive tackles.
SB Nation: Better things to do with $133 million.
NFL.com: The NFL might experiment with making extra-point attempts longer.
Football Zebras: The NFL borrows the 8th official from the Big 12.
USA Today: The new Tampa Bay Buccaneers are bold and look like an alarm clock.
Apparently, it's National Pancake Day, so here's some Cake for you:
Happy Tuesday, everyone!