Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this T.D. Tuesday...
NY Jets: After an exciting offseason, the green and white are ready for the battles of fall.
NY Jets: NFL.com analyst Bucky Brooks says that GM Mike Maccagnan augmented the offense with offseason moves.
NJ.com: STC Bobby April weighs in on a variety of topics.
The Jets Blog: DT Damon Harrison on the challenge ahead.
Deseret News: Utah Utes DT Coach Sione Pouha tailors a weekly religion class for LDS players.
247 Sports: Cleveland Browns HC Mike Pettine feels very rejuvenated heading into the season.
ESPN: The New England Patriots and the NFL are working on a resolution to issues with DeflateGate penalties. So next time you punish someone, make sure they are okay with it first.
Mike Florio: The spin control on reduced penalties had better be plausible.
Mike Reiss: The Patriots waive former Michigan QB Devin Gardner.
The Metro: LB Brandon Spikes said that the Patriots wrote up false injury reports in 2014.
Associated Press: Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Commissioner Roger Goodell's relationship is frayed by the NFL investigation. Frayed so, Bob.
Associated Press: The Miami Dolphins sign QB Ryan Tannehill to a six-year, $95 million extension.
USA Today: These five players won't live up to expectations.
Buffalo News: The Buffalo Bills' receiver talent makes game-planning more fun. Especially with Sanjay Lal coaching them.
Barry Petchesky: New York Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. says that NFL players should be paid more.
Aaron Wilson: Seattle Seahawks DT Jesse Williams will have kidney surgery.
Greg Gabriel: What's up next for the rookies?
49ers.com: San Francisco 49ers Justin Smith announces his retirement from the NFL.
OSN: The Chicago Bears GM is confident that the team has the right pieces in place to trade QB Jay Cutler.
New York Post: WWE great Sting's son is trying to make the NFL as a tight end.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
And here are the Spin Doctors with "Little Miss Can't Be Wrong":
Have a great day, everyone!