Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Ben Shpigel: The Jets hope to build on a positive ending.
Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets' full preseason schedule has been announced.
Eric Allen: Tonight's schedule special will include HC Rex Ryan and WR Eric Decker.
Rich Cimini: Examining RB Chris Johnson's knee issue.
The Jet Press: Who will start opposite CB Dee Milliner?
The Jets Setter: Draft analysis of tight ends.
Rotoworld: The phenom index. (H/T whaler213)
Over the Cap: Workout bonuses.
SB Nation: Pat Tillman continues to change the world 10 years after his death.
Miami Herald: The Miami Dolphins add a security chief and a human resources leader.
AP: Buffalo Bills HC Doug Marrone had a cancerous mole removed.
ESPN: Bills RB C.J. Spiller will hire an agent and reach out to S Jairus Byrd.
Daily News: S Will Hill is likely done with the New York Giants as he faces another drug-related suspension.
NFP: Washington WR DeSean Jackson is looking forward to facing the Philadelphia Eagles.
SI: The Seattle Seahawks have acquired QB Terrelle Pryor in a deal with the Oakland Raiders.
King5.com: A Nevada man is suing the Seahawks for selective ticket sales.
MMQB: Jacksonville Jaguars LB Russell Allen suffered an on-field stroke playing.
Dallas News: Indianapolis Colts C Phil Costa explains why he is retiring at only 26.
Football Outsiders: All Houston Texans WR Andre Johnson needs is a quarterback and an offensive system.
PFT: Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith's contract talks are going slowly.
USA Today: ESPN will broadcast their first ever NFL playoff game in 2015.
NFP: The first NFL draft.
Deadspin: Let's destroy the touchback.
Vox: How to survive a five-hour plane flight in a wheel well. For those who take their Jets fandom literally.
Here are yesterday's links.
Here is the thread about nothing.
I totally to forgot to post an Earth Day song yesterday, so here's some Ozzy Osbourne for you:
Happy Hump Day, everyone! Also, happy Administrative Professionals Day, aka sexy-tary day.