Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...
Well, actually, it's not such a great morning today, as another plane has crashed. I never know what to say in these situations, but let us all take a moment for those who lost their lives and just give your loved ones an extra hug and kiss.
Darryl Slater: Jets owner Woody Johnson says that QB Geno Smith is probably way ahead of Oregon QB Marcus Mariota.
Randy Lange: What S Marcus Gilchrist brings to the table.
Brian Costello: How the Jets drew up a risk-free contract with CB Antonio Cromartie.
Pro Football Focus: Is CB Darrelle Revis slowing down?
Bart Hubbuch: The New England Patriots owner says that HC Bill Belichick will make up for Revis. So Robert Kraft commits tampering and then mentions the HC of the NYJ whom he poached through tampering.
Rich Cimini: The Jets soar to number one ranking in cornerback salaries.
The Jets Blog: Scouting DL Kevin Vickerson. Another 'son of anarchy for DL Coach Pepper Johnson.
JetNation: OC Chan Gailey is quickly becoming the key to 2015 for the Jets.
Post and Courier: Pittsburgh Steelers QB Tajh Boyd must avoid overthinking. He must a-Boyd it.
Ohio.com: The Cleveland Browns and the Buffalo Bills will scrimmage this summer in New York.
Bob Glauber: Bills HC Rex Ryan says that Johnson had no choice but to fire him.
Mike Rodak: The Bills' ticket sales are on record pace.
Bart Hubbuch: The New York Giants hint that they are content with lame-duck QB Eli Manning.
Barry Wilner: The Arizona Cardinals sign WR Nathan Slaughter from the veteran combine.
Tom Ley: The NFL veteran combine is the saddest.
James Walker: Miami Dolphins HC Joe Philbin's extension is simply window dressing.
Jarrett Bell: RB Adrian Peterson may want out, but the Minnesota Vikings should not agree.
Tom Pelissero: The NFL is suspending the blackout policy for the 2015 season.
Jim Corbett: The NFL owners and officials are optimistic that a team will be in Los Angeles in 2016.
Barry Wilner: Order an unstable player off the field.
Pro Football Focus: Five most important re-signings.
ESPN: Chicago Bears HC John Fox says that they have a lot of needs.
Deadspin: Kansas City Chiefs HC Andy Reid is in lounge mode in the NFL's coaches photo. Takin' it easy for the rest of us sinners.
Deadspin: Serial rapist Darren Sharper might serve just nine years.
Deadspin: ESPN's sports business reporter does not understand sports or business.
PFT Commenter: Ten blue-collar rule changes that will save the NFL.
Football Outsiders: Go for nine?
The O Line Think Tank: The sprawl.
National Football Post: Draft preview of RB Duke Johnson.
Greg Gabriel: Prospect focus on Bud Dupree and Davis Tull.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
The new thread about nothing is up.
And how about some Bob Dylan for today:
Sorry my post is up a little later than usual today. I'm slowing down like Revis. Happy T.D. Tuesday, everyone!