Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
Eric Allen: Quarterbacks dominate the conversation.
Rich Cimini: There is motivation to hammer out a deal with LB David Harris.
Rich Cimini: Look for S Dawan Landry to move on.
JetNation: HC Todd Bowles hints at offensive line retooling.
Jets Insider: Draft day conundrum at quarterback.
PIX11: Kristian Dyer talks about the importance of the NFL combine.
Justin Terranova: Simeon Rice mocked Michael Strahan for his sack record.
John Wawrow: The Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns are in talks with QB Josh McCown. Rex Ryan and Mike Pettine know quarterbacks.
Arnie Stapleton: QB Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos are talking about reworking his contract.
Stampede Blue: The Indianapolis Colts have re-signed QB Matt Hasselbeck.
St. Louis-Post Dispatch: St. Louis Rams QB Coach Chris Weinke is high on QB Sam Bradford.
Behind the Steel Curtain: The Miami Dolphins are attempting to trade WR Mike Wallace.
The Falcoholic: RB Steven Jackson has been cut by the Atlanta Falcons.
Big Cat Country: The Jacksonville Jaguars have cut CB Will Blackmon.
Silver and Black Pride: The Oakland Raiders must spend more than any team in the NFL to meet the salary floor.
MMQB: Green Bay Packers TE Brandon Bostick relives the onside kick that forever changed his life. They had plenty of chances to win the game before that play.
AP: DT Ricky Jean-Francois agreed to a deal with Washington.
Detroit Free Press: Detroit Lions adviser James "Shack" Harris retires after a trailblazing career.
Greg A. Bedard: The Adrian Peterson decision shows Commissioner Roger Goodell's unwieldly power in the NFL.
Jarrett Bell: The debate between the NFL and NFLPA will not be solved quickly.
Jenny Vrentas: Roman Oben is in the trenches of an issue central to the future of football.
Walter Football: 2015 NFL Draft scouting reports.
NFL.com: 2015 pro days schedule.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Just like most of the other sites out there, GGN will not be accessible from February 29-31 this year.
And how about some Beck for the weekend?
And some Bender:
Have a great weekend, everyone!