Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...
Jets Insider: A petition to tell Woody Johnson that Long Island fans feel slighted. What do you think? Should the Jets have planned to have another practice at Hofstra?
The Metro: Erik Ainge says that Mark Sanchez has always been dumb when partying. Well, he said he wanted to be around when Mark made a mistake.
Daily News: Meet the Jets' Dawan Landry.
NY Jets Draft: Five veteran cuts that the New York Jets could make in training camp.
ESPN Insider: What the Jets must improve.
The Jets Blog: A new turf is going down in MetLife Stadium. When they first were about to open, they announced that they would have the Jets logo at midfield because of that new super awesome turf, but that still hasn't happened.
Pro Football Focus: The top ten cornerbacks of the last five years. Darrelle Revis tops the list, while Antonio Cromartie did not make it.
Star-Ledger: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers release a Revis commercial to promote the home opener.
Star-Telegram: LaDainian Tomlinson helps to spruce up a Boys & Girls Club.
SB Nation: Adrian Peterson is ranked first in the NFL 100.
Sports Illustrated: Josh Brent is jailed again.
AP: NFL criminal cases put the focus on vetting.
AP: Aaron Hernandez is denied bail in his murder case.
OSN: Tim Tebow's former teammate is charged with murder.
Dayton Daily News: Matt Light never believed in anything Hernandez stood for.
AFC East Blog: Brian Billick says that the New England Patriots lacked faith in Hernandez. He finds the lack of faith disturbing. Also, he brings up the Ray Lewis situation.
Over the Cap: The best and worst contracts of the Baltimore Ravens.
Deadspin: Curious about how much ESPN executives make?
Woody and Gov. Christie attended James Gandolfini's funeral. Here is a nice write-up by Bobby Rivers on the "Sopranos" star.
And here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them, even though you're not supposed to.
Happy Friday! And may the force be with you!