Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
ESPN Insider: Offseason grades for all 32 teams.
Eric Allen: Note and quotes on OTAs Day 2.
Kristian Dyer: New HC Todd Bowles has the Jets gassed for intensity.
Randy Lange: OC Chan Gailey, DC Kacy Rodgers and STC Bobby April get together to answer reporters' questions.
Bob Glauber: Owner Woody Johnson says that DE Muhammad Wilkerson's deal will get done if it makes sense.
Brian Costello: DE Sheldon Richardson has also been absent from the team's practices this week.
Darryl Slater: Why are Sheldon and WR Brandon Marshall absent at OTAs? To make the heart grow fonder.
CBS Philadelphia: WR Eric Decker says that Philadelphia Eagles QB Tim Tebow's game is unique and special.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: CB Dexter McDougle returns to the field after missing last season.
Manish Mehta: CB Darrelle Revis has no sympathy for New England Patriots QB Tom Brady.
Associated Press: Former Jets LB Jermaine Cunningham pleads guilty in a revenge porn case. He wasn't very cunning, apparently.
Maui Now: WR Greg Salas talks about signing with the Detroit Lions.
NJ.com: The prosecutor plans to drop the gun charge against ex-Jet RB Mike Goodson.
NJ.com: Ex-Jets K Jay Feely rips the NFL's new extra point and cites safety issues.
JS Online: Halfback Sherman Lewis helped bring a championship back to the Green Bay Packers.
ESPN: QB Brett Favre says that the Packers game against the Chicago Bears is the right fit to unveil his retired jersey.
Pro Football Focus: Quarterbacks in focus under pressure.
Mile High Report: According to PFF, Chris Harris is the best cornerback in the league. Even better than Dee Milliner?
Danny Kelly: Five veterans who could change the NFL landscape in 2015.
James Walker: Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill's next goal is to win more games.
Jenny Vrentas: New York Giants S Landon Collins will prove he can cover in the NFL.
Barry Petchesky: Will the new extra-point rules cause more teams to go for two?
Peter King: The NFL's new extra-point rule could change again in 2016.
Football Zebras: It is arguably the most significant scoring change in football since 1912.
National Football Post: They moved it back, but should they thin the goal?
Pro Football Talk: Commissioner Roger Goodell wants to hear from Brady himself.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
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Have a great day, everyone!