Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
Randy Lange: The Jets' top picks going back five years at a time.
Brian Costello: The Jets schedule sets up easy.
Rich Cimini: The rested-team issue should not be a major factor for the Jets.
Kristian Dyer: Despite a request, the NFL gives the Jets a home game on Rosh Hashanah.
CBS Sports: The Jets at Dallas Cowboys game conflicts with Texas high school state championship games.
JetNation: WR Eric Decker will be holding his second annual Football ProCamp.
The Jets Blog: Special teamers in the NFL Draft.
New York Times: 2015 NFL match ups to circle on the calendar.
Pro Football Focus: 2015 schedule winners and losers.
Football Outsiders: Snap-weighted age of 2014 NFL rosters.
Jersey Journal: LB Jonathan Casillas hopes to start for the New York Giants.
ESPN: The Miami Dolphins sign WR Greg Jennings to a two-year deal.
ESPN: Indianapolis Colts WR Andre Johnson says that QB Andrew Luck is the best quarterback he has played with.
USA Today: The Cincinnati Bengals extend HC Marvin Lewis' contract through the 2016 season.
Associated Press: The mother of a man slain by former New England Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez is moving forward with a lawsuit against him.
Jason Fitzgerald: Patriots LB Jerod Mayo agrees to a restructured contract.
Mike Florio: Cowboys DE Greg Hardy's suspension raises questions about the disciplinary process.
OSN: The Cowboys are honored for helping reintegrate criminals back into the NFL.
Revenge of the Birds: When should the Arizona Cardinals expect to see LB Daryl Washington back in uniform?
Deadspin: The NFL's concussion settlement is approved.
Joel Corry: Participation is voluntary.
Nate Davis: Oregon QB Marcus Mariota is at peace with whatever outcome the NFL Draft brings.
Neal Coolong: Auburn WR Sammie Coates spend time demanding the ball.
Stephen White: Oklahoma's Jordan Phillips is a big dude, and the NFL needs big dudes.
Randy Lange: A nice variety of edge rushers and big men.
Tony Pauline: Draft preview of cornerbacks.
Jim Corbett: Michigan State's Trae Waynes is one of those Deion Sanders types.
Tom Pelissero: Miami's Quinten Rollins would willingly move to safety in the NFL.
Greg Gabriel: Prospect focus on David Johnson and John Crockett.
Tony Villiotti: Ranking of NFL teams by draft class.
The Football Educator: Questions on the future of NFL running backs.
Newsday: The best and worst number one NFL Draft picks since 1954.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Here is something from Sticky Fingers:
More cowbell! Have a great day, everyone!