Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
The Jets Blog: SNY exclusive interview with GM Mike Maccagnan.
NY Jets: Toughness, reliability and intelligence are characteristics that Jets coaches look for in their players.
NY Jets: LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson dishes with Mario Batali.
Walter Football: Why OLB Deion Barnes wend undrafted.
Yahoo! Sports: Six early quarterback battles to watch, including QB Geno Smith.
Conor Orr: DC Kacy Rodgers said it's going to be a challenge to utilize all his weapons.
Darryl Slater: Rodgers sees a lot of similarities between HC Todd Bowles and Bill Parcells.
Rich Cimini: LB Lorenzo Mauldin finds stability after a turbulent childhood. Not to be confused with this guy.
Dom Cosentino: S Marcus Gilchrist is likely out until training camp.
Jason Fitzgerald: Marginal quarterback yards in 2014.
Football Outsiders: Broken tackles on defense.
SB Nation: New England Patriots QB Tom Brady talked about how much he loved deflated balls in 2011.
Pro Football Talk: NFL head of officiating Dean Blandino says that the process of handling balls will change. They should really change his title to Dean of Officiating.
Associated Press: Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank says that the failure to admit mistakes hurt the Patriots.
New York Times: The Patriots' rebuttal is foray further into farce. Yes, they are full of hot air, I think.
Lindsay H. Jones: The Patriots' rebuttal to the Ted Wells report raises more questions. To air is human, I guess.
Barry Petchesky: Commissioner Roger Goodell reserves the right to screw over Brady again.
Jarrett Bell: The Tennessee Titans are largely keeping QB Marcus Mariota under wraps at rookie minicamp. Kinda reminds me of the secret Tebow package.
Robert Klemko: How OL La'el Collins became a Dallas Cowboy after a tumultuous NFL Draft.
David Chao: In the wake of Manny Pacquiao not disclosing his shoulder problem, does the NFL hide injuries also? Ask Brett Favre.
Jenny Vrentas: NFL health and medical adviser Betsy Nabel on head injuries and more.
Associated Press: Football Hall of Famer Bobby Bell gets his degree at age 74.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Here is the thread about nothing, where you can talk about random stuff, like what is coming up next on "Mad Men". Also, apparently "Mad Max" Is not the movie adaptation of that series.
Now here is Pavement with "Shady Lane":
Enjoy your weekend, everyone!