Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
NY Jets: Arizona Cardinals HC Bruce Arians says that he would not be Coach of the Year without Jets HC Todd Bowles. Todd bowls him over.
PFT: ILB David Harris could appeal to the Chicago Bears and Atlanta Falcons if he hits the open market.
NJ.com: The Linden Library will celebrate Dr. Seuss on March 9. DE Muhammad Wilkerson will read to the kids.
AP: A glance at quarterbacks drafted over the past three seasons. Including QB Geno Smith.
The Jet Press: OL Dakota Dozier will get his shot in 2015.
Dom Cosentino: The Jets need to get compliant with the league's cash spending floor.
Seth Walder: The Jets are not looking to swing and miss on wide receiver in the draft again.
Kimberley A. Martin: Florida State QB Jameis Winston does not lack confidence.
Jarrett Bell: Winston showed poise and charisma at the combine.
Rich Cimini: Oregon QB Marcus Mariota speaks softly but will carry big hopes for a franchise.
AP: The odds are stacked against job-seeking quarterbacks at the combine.
ESPN: Teams that have traded out of the top five in the NFL draft in the past ten years.
The Falcoholic: Three cautionary tales from workout warriors. Including Vernon Gholston.
USA Today: Five current Pro Bowl players who had unimpressive combine showings.
Football Outsiders: The inner game and the 2015 class.
Lindsay H. Jones: Mental training becomes a key part of the NFL combine prep.
Greg Gabriel: Prospect focus on Zach Zenner and DeAndre Smelter.
Joel Corry: Florida pass rusher Dante Fowler is likely to be in high demand.
Danny Kelly: Teams are intrigued by Michigan State CB/WR Tony Lippett's potential as cornerback.
Stephen White: Alabama WR Amari Cooper might be too good at what he does.
Jason Fitzgerald: The NFLPA says that the 2015 salary cap will be at least $143 million.
AP: The NFL's competition committee may consider replay expansion.
Denver Post: The Denver Broncos are not scheduled to negotiate with TE Julius Thomas.
PFT: The Green Bay Packers have released TE Brad Jones.
ESPN: Packers LB A.J. Hawk had ankle surgery to remove bone spurs.
ESPN: Detroit Lions GM Martin Mayhew proposes that penalties should fall under instant-replay stipulations.
RotoWorld: The NFL's best coaches in 2015.
USA Today: St. Louis Rams HC Jeff Fisher is focused on football and not Los Angeles.
Deadspin: New England Patriots HC Bill Belichick eats like a gremlin.
Deadspin: RB Adrian Peterson is mad at Minnesota's lack of support.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Here is Billy Joel:
Here is something from the "Boyhood" soundtrack:
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, everyone!