Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
NY Jets: The Jets found different ways to celebrate the high points. No more jet planes though.
NY Jets: GM Mike Maccagnan's inaugural draft class was a great first step.
Dom Cosentino: How can the Jets best manage the 2016 salary cap?
Conor Orr: Will DT Damon Harrison cash in with the Jets or hit the market?
Rich Cimini: Losing Harrison would be a punch in the Jets' nose.
Rich Cimini: If RB Chris Ivory flees the Jets, will he join the New England Patriots?
Bart Hubbuch: The Jets are about to give DE Muhammad Wilkerson a $15.5 million letdown.
Sports On Earth: 32 NFL teams and 32 cost-cutting moves. Including CB Antonio Cromartie.
SB Nation: What is the franchise tag, and how does it work? And why do they slap it on a player instead of kindly attaching is what I want to know.
SB Nation: Patriots LB Jerod Mayo announces his retirement. Mayo stays on the side.
Pats Pulpit: Resetting the Patriots linebacker depth chart. Relish the opportunity and catch up.
Football Perspective: Buffalo Bills WR Sammy Watkins' 2015 season was better than it seemed.
Acme Packing Company: Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is back on Twitter, and it's wonderful.
Lester A. Wiltfong: The Chicago Bears release OL Jermon Bushrod. Maybe one day Bushrod could be teammates with Clinton-Dix.
Josh Wilson: The Indianapolis Colts will play the Packers in the Hall of Fame game.
Danny Kelly: Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman and other players are hilarious game show contestants.
Ken Meringolo: Have Washington and QB Kirk Cousins broken off contract negotiations?
Jason Fitzgerald: Contract questions for the New Orleans Saints and QB Drew Brees.
Barry Petchesky: Commissioner Roger Goodell made #34.1 million in 2014.
Detroit Free Press: Detroit Lions CB Rashean Mathis retires from the NFL.
Associated Press: New York Giants HC Ben McAdoo names his coaching staff.
Associated Press: The Pittsburgh Steelers are likely not going to splurge in free agency.
Vice Sports: There's always next year for the Tennessee Titans.
SB Nation: The Baltimore Ravens have the right pieces to bounce back.
Pro Football Focus: The Oakland Raiders are likely to be a key player in free agency.
The Sports Quotient: How the Denver Broncos stole Super Bowl 50.
Football Outsiders: 2015 Football Outsiders awards. With none going to any Jet.
Uni-Watch: An old highlight film shows the Los Angeles Rams prototype jerseys.
USA Today: New Jersey goes back to court to fight for legalized sports gambling.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Here is the thread about nothing, where you can talk about random stuff, like those damn Devils.
And now we have Paul McCartney:
And John Lennon:
And the Stones are still together:
Happy hump day!