Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Sunday...
NY Jets: The Jets locker room gets a facelift.
NY Jets: Players show snapshots of their offseason training.
UB Bull Run: Buffalo Bulls DL Coach John Scott, Jr. has accepted a job as assistant DL Coach with the Jets.
Rich Cimini: Potential cap cuts for the Jets.
Dom Cosentino: The Jets have days to decide whether to keep RB Chris Johnson.
Turn On The Jets: Top five running backs in free agency.
The Jet Press: Reviewing the offensive line.
Jets Insider: Options for the sixth overall pick.
JetNation: A Jets trade down on draft day could be more reality than fantasy.
The Jets Blog: The expendables final update.
Revenge of the Birds: CB Antonio Cromartie perhaps hints that he is done with the Arizona Cardinals.
Rich Cimini: The New England Patriots are intent on signing CB Darrelle Revis.
Randy Lange: Jets Nation is Erik Coleman's adopted home.
Steve Politi: Is Buffalo Bills HC Rex Ryan making the same mistakes? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
John Wawrow: The Bills will sign OL Richie Incognito. Finally, we get to see the 'sons of anarchy go up against this guy.
AP: Terrell Williams has been hired as the Miami Dolphins DL Coach.
Silver and Black Pride: Ken Norton, Jr. has been hired as the Oakland Raiders defensive coordinator.
Behind the Steel Curtain: Jerry Olsavsky and Joey Porter have both been promoted as Pittsburgh Steelers LB Coaches.
Baltimore Sun: The Baltimore Ravens finally have leverage if they want to keep DT Haloti Ngata.
Music City Miracles: The Tennessee Titans have released OL Michael Oher.
Mike Florio: Detroit Lions RB Reggie Bush threatens legal action and wants reporters fired.
Jenny Vrentas: Carolina Panthers LB Thomas Davis send a message to players around the NFL.
Richard Deitsch: College journalists discuss NFL consumption.
Tom Pelissero: Five players earned Super Bowl fines.
Greg A. Bedard: The Seattle Seahawks' new aim is three straight Super Bowl appearances.
Stephen White: The Seahawks had more than one chance to win the Super Bowl. Yup. But they played not to lose the game. Why don't people listen to Herm? You play to win the game. Hello?
Over the Cap: Smart teams are looking north to the CFL.
Greg Gabriel: Combine time.
Football Outside: Oregon QB Marcus Mariota has a chance to develop into a star, but not enough to pay the sticker price.
New York Times: To reform college sports, some proposed awarding academic credit for playing.
New York Times: A family sues Pop Warner over the suicide of a player who had brain disease.
How about some Screaming Trees for today?
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, folks!