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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday... Former NFL GM Phil Savage explains the importance of building through the draft. The rookies are ready for their maiden voyage. HC Rex Ryan boasts that the Jets will be a playoff team.

Manish Mehta: Ryan says that the playoffs are within reach.  "Says"?  Not "brags" or "boasts"?  I'm impressed, Manish.

Eric Allen: How improved will QB Geno Smith be?

Brian Costello: C Nick Mangold is the Jets' irreplaceable man.

Dom Cosentino: LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson has been durable.

Darryl Slater: OL Breno Giacomini says that RB Chris Johnson can be a 2000-yard back again.

Jets012: RB Chris Ivory will have more carries than Johnson.

SI Now: How Haiti changed WR David Nelson.

The Jets Blog: Google hangout with Nelson.

The Jet Press: The Jets secondary needs a strong start.

2DreadedMonsta: Questions to be considered about the Sons of Anarchy, DLs Muhammad Wilkerson, Damon Harrison and Sheldon Richardson.

Ryan Alfieri: DL Kenrick Ellis is primed for a breakout season.

Rich Cimini: Camp preview of the Jets.

SUNY Cortland: Jets camp is not just for football fans.

Bolts From the Blue: What improvements did the Jets make this offseason?

superhuman: When did you first become a Jet fan?

AP: Erik Ainge has been cleared of all charges from his DUI arrest. Catching up with Brady Quinn.

ESPN: The Buffalo Bills will begin life without LB Kiko Alonso.

ESPN: The New England Patriots are re-stocking their back end at wide receiver.

SI: Oakland Raiders OL Donald Penn is facing the end and fighting back.  And he gets to face the Sons of Anarchy to start the season.

SB Nation: QB Matt Schaub looks very excited in the Raiders' newest ad.  Excited to face Sons of Anarchy to start the season.

Cincy Jungle: DL Lakendrick Ross is working out for the Cincinnati Bengals.

Daily News: New York Giants co-owner John Mara says don't get used to aggressive offseason spending.  Cut out that racket.

Over the Cap: Projecting a contract for Houston Texans DE J.J. Watt.

USA Today: Indianapolis Colts WR Reggie Wayne's return could spark a maturing team.

NFP: San Francisco 49ers LB Aldon Smith has been sentenced to 12 days of jail and three years probation.

NFP: The Minnesota Vikings have suspended STC Mike Priefer for three games for his homophobic remarks.

PFT: The statistical case against Chris Kluwe doesn't add up.  Stats don't matter if you've got a chance to sign T.J. Conley.

PFF: Position progression of the defensive interior.

NFLPA: The Christian Ballard lawsuit has no merit.

New York Times: Former NFL players make a difficult choice in opposing the concussion settlement.

Barry Wilner: The NFL will restrict evaluations of underclassmen.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Lots of big names are still on the NFL's unemployment line.

Jack Bechta: The lack of guaranteed contracts has a painful ripple effect for players.

SB Nation: Mike Singletary made hitting something to smile about. You could play with him, you could win with him, you could coach him.  You could do it.

Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.

Here again is the Scott Salmon interview on The Sports Buffet.  If you've heard it already, it's okay, you can have seconds.

Help Scott raise money to prevent breast cancer as he goes on another Salmon run.

Here is info on Brady Quinn's Third and Goal foundation.

Here is the thread about nothing.

Now here are the Beach Boys with "All Summer Long":

Lets' go back to Rockaway Beach:

Let's be out in the sun everyday:

Have a great weekend, everyone!