Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
Dom Cosentino: Jets owner Woody Johnson sells his Manhattan co-op for a record price.
Manish Mehta: The Jets send six to Oregon to for a workout with QB Marcus Mariota.
NY Jets: Jets free agency mashup.
Pats Pulpit: Evaluating the Jets off-season through a New England Patriots lens.
The Jets Blog: Scouting OT Corey Hilliard.
Turn On The Jets: Film on WR Brandon Marshall.
JetNation: Their recent moves will have the Jets cutting corners.
ESPN: Carolina Panthers WR Stephen Hill could be ready to shine in 2015.
Cat Scratch Reader: The Panthers claim OL Jonathan Martin.
Pro Football Focus: The Buffalo Bills' new pieces.
Jason Fitzgerald: The Bills approach to TE Charles Clay's extension.
James Walker: Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill's next step is to win more games.
Jim Corbett: Flag football and Kurt Warner are improving San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick's touch.
Greg Gabriel: Chicago Bears GM Ryan Pace is proving to be a worthy general manager.
Joel Corry: Free agency's losers.
NFL.com: New York Giants HC Tom Coughlin hints at a larger role for RB Shane Vereen.
Philadelphia Inquirer: Can Philadelphia Eagles QB Sam Bradford thrive under HC Chip Kelly?
Cleveland.com: Long before Spygate and Deflategate, Paul Brown knew how to outsmart the competition.
Associated Press: Labor and developers reach a deal on the proposed NFL stadium.
Football Outsiders: 2014 was the year of the short-yardage pass.
The Players Tribune: Nick Hardwick on finding himself.
Rich Cimini: Mike Westhoff says that the job he did does not exist today.
Emily Kaplan: Chuck Bednarik embodied concrete-solid old-school values.
Stephen White: Can Alvin "Bud" Dupree realize his immense potential in the NFL?
PFT Commenter: Aaron Hernandez still has not been suspended by the NFL.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
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Have a great weekend, everyone!