Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
Is John Idzik unwilling to bend in regards to the rookie deals?
Mark Sanchez was at an NFL All-Access event.
Marcus Davis helped teach at a football camp in Virginia.
JetNation shares audio interviews with Chris Ivory and Konrad Reuland.
The Jet Press wonders what the offense will bring.
NYJets.com shares video of Antonio Cromartie's offseason workouts, which includes boxing, yoga and dunes.
Dawan Landry is having fun being reunited with Rex Ryan and Dennis Thurman.
Pro Football Focus lists new Jet Antonio Garay and former Jet Sione Pouha among defensive tackles with great regular season performances.
Bill Parcells is proud of the 1999 season, for their grit (and also their passion?). He is also grateful for those who have helped his career.
I can't really argue with MachlinT's number one Jet of all time.
Joe Namath will be hosting a Food Network festival.
I was happy to find Kevin Mawae's blog recently. I used to keep up with his journal at the NFLPA site.
Jim Leonhard's blog is still up, by the way, although he needs to update it from Bronco Jimmy to Saint Jimmy. Maybe once he secures his spot in New Orleans.
The Ladysmith News: Leonhard holds another successful skills camp.
WWLTV: Can Jonathan Vilma return to form?
Deadspin: This is not how you ask Rob Gronkowski about Aaron Hernandez.
Associated Press: Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee is becoming the San Diego Padres' president.
Associated Press: With Connor Barth set to miss the season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed Lawrence Tynes.
Associated Press: The Detroit Lions have released Jahvid Best.
Pro Football Talk: Brian Cushing gets full clearance. It looks like Matt Slauson will forever be tied to him, just as Damien Robinson will always be mentioned with Kyle Turley.
Cleveland.com: Trent Richardson says that he will be full-go when camp starts.
Over the Cap: Is Victor Cruz underpaid?
Over the Cap: Carlos Dunlap's new contract is a win for both him and the Cincinnati Bengals.
USA Today: The NFL players' medical records are about to go online. The Jets are one of eight teams participating in the pilot program.
Some random links to take up your time:
Ever wonder why NYC has a lot of brownstone buildings?
The 13 Most Annoying Words And Phrases On The Internet
And here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.