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.
And now we have Paul McCartney:
And John Lennon:
And the Stones are still together:
Happy hump day!