Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Monday...
Darryl Slater: Will QB Geno Smith get off to a fast or slow start in 2015?
Darryl Slater: Legendary Cincinnati Bengals OT Anthony Munoz says that Jets players will be watching when DE Sheldon Richradson returns.
The Hour: CB Dexter McDougle was a no-show at a youth football camp.
JetNation: CB Darrelle Revis on his off-season preparation.
ESPN: Who is the AFC East's best newcomer?
CSN Washington: Can Washington produce vs. the Jets' defense?
NJ.com: Former New York Giants star WR Plaxico Burress was offered a plea on tax charges.
Arrowhead Pride: Making LB Josh Mauga successful for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Buffalo Rumblings: Buffalo Bills OL Coach Aaron Kromer was arrested for battery.
Barry Wilner: Half of NFL teams mark up marquee games with varied pricing.
Barry Petchesky: John Oliver explains the biggest scam in sports.
Jason Fitzgerald: The worst wide receiver contracts.
Chase Stuart: Which quarterbacks have passed the most?
Nancy Armour: Though Dallas Cowboys DE Greg Hardy's suspension was reduced, the NFL's conduct policy wins.
Lindsay H. Jones: San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers is back, but many faces aren't.
Cincinnati Enquirer: Cincinnati Bengals QB Andy Dalton was booed at a celebrity softball game.
Sports Illustrated: How much is Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson worth?
Associated Press: At 20, Archie Manning's camp's influence on the NFL is widespread.
USA Today: The Houston Texans could contend if quarterback questions pan out.
National Football Post: Demystifying the franchise tag on Chiefs OLB Justin Houston.
National Football Post: Free agent signings who could flourish in 2015.
The Sports Quotient: NFL teams poised for a comeback.
Pro Football Focus: Running backs and yards after contact.
Pro Football Talk: A hand surgeon says that the loss of a finger shouldn't derail from a return to football.
How about some Dishwalla:
Have a great week, everyone!