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Daily links connecting you to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Tuesday... HC Rex Ryan is high on QB Geno Smith and mum on QB Mark Sanchez's future. LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson on the draft experience. 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. 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!