Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
New York Post: The Pope gets special treatment from the NFL, but Jets owner Woody Johnson doesn't.
Associated Press: The Jets exercise the fifth-year option for OLB Quinton Coples. That's good exercise.
NY Jets: WR Eric Decker says that every game is a challenge.
Dom Cosentino: Oregon QB Marcus Mariota had a pre-draft visit with the Jets, after all.
Randy Lange: Quarterbacks in the draft feature Florida State QB Jameis Winston and Mariota dueling for number one.
Darryl Slater: Mike Mayock thinks that the Jets should sprint to draft Mariota if he falls to them. I agree. Bite the bullet. No guts, no glory.
The Epoch Times: The Jets' fickle draft choices.
The Jets Blog: The Jets draft picks since 2004.
JetNation: Will character concerns impact the Jets draft decisions?
Kristian Dyer: A conspiracy theorist says that Tim Tebow was traded to the Jets to further the New World Order. Which is exactly what happened.
USA Today: K Jay Feely says that Tebow is the worst quarterback he has ever seen.
Associated Press: The Philadelphia Eagles personnel chief says that Tebow has improved.
900 CHML: The Hamilton Tigercats have signed DBs Ellis Lankster and Julian Posey.
Steelers Depot: Pittsburgh Steelers QB Tajh Boyd is competing for a third string role.
York Dispatch: Former Nittany Lion RB Blair Thomas showed up to the Penn State York Clay Shoot.
Pro Football Focus: Top of the crop college football offensive tackles.
USA Today: The versatility of Florida State OL Cameron Erving is a plus.
Pro Football Talk: Some teams think that Nebraska DE Randy Gregory will slip to the late first round.
Jason Fitzgerald: Finding value in positional drafting in the NFL.
Tony Pauline: The top 150 prospects ranked.
David Chao: The medical re-check.
Robert Klemko: The draft's quarterbacks, now and then.
Danny Kelly: Washington State DL Xavier Cooper is punching his way into the NFL.
Lindsay H. Jones: Denver Broncos GM John Elway is disappointed that WR Demaryius Thomas is not at their voluntary workout.
Andrew Brandt: Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson and San Diego Chargers QB Phillip Rivers could move in two blockbuster trades. What if they get traded for each other? Then it's just one blockbuster trade, Andrew.
James Walker: WR Greg Jennings is comfortable taking the leadership role with the Miami Dolphins.
Associated Press: New York Giants WR Victor Cruz is confident that his knee will be ready for the season opener.
San Francisco Chronicles: Oakland Raiders WR Michael Crabtree says that he has a lot to prove.
Windy City Gridiron: The Chicago Bears add TE Bear Pascoe on a one-year contract. His name is Bear? And he is also a Bear? That's crazy!
Associated Press: The family of Dave Duerson will appeal the NFL concussion settlement.
Associated Press: Concern about appeals of the NFL concussion settlement.
USA Today: A federal judge says that the settlement was fair, reasonable and adequate.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Here is Collective Soul with "After All":
And here is Ministry with "New World Order":
Have a great weekend, everyone!