Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Let me whip out these daily New York Jets links for you...
Sports Illustrated: Offseason report card on the Jets.
Sports On Earth: The Jets are a team going from a disaster to middle of the pack. Who is this Reno guy they mention?
PFF: QB Michael Vick's strengths and weaknesses from the 2013 season.
New York Times: QB Geno Smith is dedicated to improving and will work through the summer.
Dom Cosentino: Why the Jets sound so optimistic about Geno. Reno Smith is better.
Darryl Slater: TE Jace Amaro says that he knows the whole playbook now.
Rich Cimini: The Jets see a bright future if shaky present at tight end.
Brian Costello: RB Bilal Powell won't be the forgotten man.
One Jet At A Time: What does the future hold for Powell?
The Jet Press: WR David Nelson's potential for 2014.
The Jets Setter: WR Eric Decker will host a Kids ProCamp.
Darryl Slater: S Dawan Landry is prepared for whatever HC Rex Ryan has in store for him.
ESPN: S Calvin Pryor will challenge for defensive rookie of the year.
The Jets Blog: The double team project.
MMQB: Joe Namath's knee brace.
Penn Live: Kyle Brady has been selected as honorary chairman for the Global Ireland Football Tournament. Warren Sapp wasn't available.
Review Online: Lou Holtz's wit shined as he remembered his career.
Behind the Steel Curtain: Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger's best magic trick is making receivers appear better than they are. Including Santonio Holmes.
Sports On Earth: For Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, going with the flow has led to success.
AP: The Harlem Globetrotters draft Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel.
NFP: Detroit Lions TE Eric Ebron suggests that the NFL should create a hybrid TE designation.
SB Nation: Can Miami Dolphins WR Mike Wallace live up to his paycheck this year?
Bolts From The Blue: The San Diego Chargers have signed CB Brandon Flowers.
The Jersey Journal: NFL players connected with at-risk youth at a bowling event.
Football Outsiders: Mobile quarterbacks and injury risk.
Out Sports: The NFL addressed gay issues at the Rookie Symposium.
Football Zebras: Mike Carey quits the NFL for a CBS gig.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Just a few more days of voting to go. Thank you to all those who have been voting daily for Beloved School. Let's keep going until the end of June and win a free recycled playground for the kids!
Now here is Heavy D and the Boyz:
Here is Collective Soul with "Heavy":
And Toto with "Hold the Line":
Happy Hump Day, everyone!