IT'S GAME DAY, GANG GREEN GANGSTERS!!!
Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Sunday...
NY Jets: League pundits weigh in on the Cleveland Browns at Jets game.
Brian Costello: Now we'll see if the offseason bonanza will pay dividends.
Kristian Dyer: Three things to watch for, as the Jets take on the Browns.
Dom Cosentino: HC Todd Bowles is one of eight former NFL players now working as a head coach.
Steve Serby: It's Round 1 of the Todd Bowles era.
Seth Walder: Bowles handled a rocky camp like a vet.
Rich Cimini: The Jets open with a new coach, a new quarterback and many questions.
Rich Cimini: The Jets' spending spree wipes out their 2015 salary cap.
Darryl Slater: Is GM Mike Maccagnan handling DE Muhammad Wilkerson's contract situation correctly?
Kimberley A. Martin: WR Jeremy Kerley is a proven receiver without a job with the Jets.
Manish Mehta: WR Brandon Marshall says that his mistakes are in the past.
Hank Gola: The dysfunctional Browns have suffered ten straight losses on opening day.
Aaron Wilson: The Browns promote RB Shaun Draughn to the active roster.
SB Nation: Fantasy football projections for the Browns at Jets game.
Contra Costa Times: DC Eric Mangini has leaks to plug on the San Francisco 49ers defense.
ESPN: Arizona Cardinals RB Chris Johnson thought his playing career was over after suffering a gunshot wound.
Mike Reiss: New England Patriots CB Malcolm Butler learns from the opening matchup against Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown.
Jason Fitzgerald: The Cincinnati Bengals sign WR A.J. Green to a big $60 million contract.
Greg Gabriel: Is this QB Jay Cutler's last chance with the Chicago Bears?
Mike Florio: The NFLPA is investigating the league's handling of New Orleans Saints RB Khiry Robinson's interview.
David Chao: Fantasy medical draft guide for tight ends.
Associated Press: NFL players who could decline in 2015.
Associated Press: Atlanta Falcons HC Dan Quinn calls the Philadelphia Eagles a terrific matchup for them.
ESPN: The Dallas Cowboys and DL Tyrone Crawford agree to a new contract.
Yahoo!: Facebook examined the posting habits of NFL fans.
The Sports Quotient: NFL stars read their superlatives.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Let's go with Bruce Springsteen again:
Happy game day!