Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
ESPN: HC Todd Bowles has high praise for Arizona Cardinals HC Bruce Arians.
Wall Street Journal: The Jets love the quarterback they are with for now.
Manish Mehta: Forget QB Geno Smith, as the Jets need a franchise quarterback.
Steve Serby: Geno will not win a Super Bowl, and that is why the Jets need Oregon QB Marcus Mariota.
Kristian Dyer: Joe Namath says that the Jets should select Mariota.
Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets and TE Kellen Davis are close to a deal.
Dan Graziano: Bowles is excited about WR Brandon Marshall.
BSO: Miami Dolphins CB Brent Grimes' wife attacks writers, analytics and WR Eric Decker on Twitter.
Pride Of Detroit: OT Corey Hilliard has been nice to have around as veteran depth for the Detroit Lions.
Pro Football Focus: Five worst signings in free agency. CB Buster Skrine makes the list.
NJ.com: CB Darrelle Revis is psyched to be in Bowles' super-aggressive defense.
Rich Cimini: Bowles talks about the team's $149 million secondary.
Dom Cosentino: How Bowles sees S Marcus Gilchrist complementing S Calvin Pryor.
The Jets Blog: Cornerbacks in the 2015 NFL Draft.
NJ.com: Ex-Jets RB Chris Johnson was confronted at a funeral of a man killed in a drive-by shooting.
Mike Reiss: The New England Patriots and Jets rivalry is alive and well.
James Walker: Dolphins HC Joe Philbin says that Dion Jordan's focus remains at defensive end.
Mike Rodak: The Bufallo Bills will reach out to LB Brandon Spikes about his return.
Brandon Lee Gowton: Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie changed the power structure to maximize HC Chip Kelly.
Emily Kaplan: The U.S. Army Research Laboratory helps the NFL with concussion solutions. And if you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate.
David Chao: Why San Francisco 49ers LB Chris Borland has become the early retirement poster child.
USA Today: The Chicago Bears agree to terms with former 49ers DL Ray McDonald.
USA Today: Troy Aikman explains why the Dallas Cowboys signed DE Greg Hardy.
USA Today: The fight for NFL teams in Los Angeles heats up.
Jim Corbett: Owner Dean Spanos wants to keep the San Diego Chargers and QB Phillip Rivers in San Diego.
Jarrett Bell: Is the NFL playing politics on a sensible proposal?
Barry Wilner: The owners shoot down most replay proposals.
Mike Florio: Support is growing for giving coaches the power to challenge anything.
Joel Corry: Free agency's big winners.
Greg Gabriel: Prospect focus on Adrian Amos and Jaquiski Tartt.
National Football Post: The best and worst of the last decade in the NFL Draft.
The O Line Think Tank: The power play.
Uni-Watch: The NFL marketing scheme officially becomes unbearable.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here is the thread about nothing.
And some "Weird Al" Yankovic:
Sorry this post was up late again. I just want you to tamper your expectations. Happy Hump Day, everyone!