Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
Don't miss Scott Salmon's latest radio interview, with AM 1300 The Zone. Scott really does have a face for radio, doesn't he?
I think last night's first ever Jets movie night was a success. Did you make it to the event?
KC Chiefs: New York owner Sonny Werblin changed everything about his franchise.
CBS Boston: A preview of the 2014 season for the Jets.
NY Jets: Chris Mortensen says that if anyone has the New England Patriots' number, it is the Jets.
NY Jets: Phil Savage says that the Jets are steering the ship towards QB Geno Smith.
NY Jets: Geno and QB Michael Vick unveil their thoughts.
CBS Sports Radio: WR David Nelson says that it is Geno's team.
Jets012: WR Jeremy Kerley's hidden impact on Geno.
ESPN: Training camp preview of wide receivers.
KTRE: TE Jace Amaro stops at Pancake House on his way to training camp. Where is pancakes house? We stop at pancakes house. I'm hungry now, you know!
Dom Cosentino: OLB Calvin Pace is important because OLB Quinton Coples is still getting the hang of being an effective pass-rusher.
Brian Costello: LB David Harris is playing for a new deal that will get less flak.
Eric Allen: Why not us?
Seth Walder: The Jets need their young players to grow up fast. Also, it would be nice if the old players got old slow.
Over the Cap: The best and worst contracts on the Jets.
Infinite Jets: Players who have worn #70.
UM Terps: Edward G. Cooke is in the Maryland Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2014.
Deadspin: Mike Florio says that Brett Favre is unqualified to discuss the safety of football.
PFT: The Buffalo Bills start setting up their roster for training camp.
NJ.com: New York Giants OL Chris Snee remains an unknown heading into training camp.
SB Nation: Even the Cleveland Browns were good in the 1980s.
Andrew Brandt: The NFL dead month can be a dangerous time for idle football players.
Peter King: Paul Tagliabue's reaction to 9/11.
Greg Bishop: Mike Holmgren settles into retirement.
David Chao: Advancements in electronic medical records are coming to the NFL.
PFF: Position progression of running backs.
New York Times: The trials of Graham Spanier, Penn State's ousted president.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Well, it was a hot summer night and the beach was burning:
Working on our night moves in the summertime:
I remember every moment of those endless summer nights:
Yes, I listen to Richard Marx. Wanna fight about it? Have a great day, everyone!