Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
NY Jets: Analyst Brian Baldinger expects the Jets to retain many players.
Eric Allen: The Jets' free agency puzzle.
Randy Lange: K Kyle Brindza is waived after his Achilles tear.
Rich Cimini: Did the Jets save enough money to pay QB Ryan Fitzpatrick?
Darryl Slater: The Jets offered a contract to CFL pass rusher Tristan Okpalaugo.
Kimberley A. Martin: DE Muhammad Wilkerson says that he is doing well.
New Jersey Herald: A Hardyston boy gets a special visit from DE Mike Catapano.
Lex 18: Former NFL WR Craig Yeast is the new offensive coordinator at Franklin College.
New York Post: Former NFL players are suing football helmet maker Riddell.
Andrew Brandt: Commissioner Roger Goodell is closing in on a full decade as in his tenure.
Mike Florio: The Daily News circles the wagons and turns the tables.
Danny Kelly: There is plenty of buzz around Seattle Seahawks OL J.R. Sweezy in free agency. Bring him in here, too.
Michael Salfino: Washington should be wary of committing to QB Kirk Cousins.
SB Nation: Four quarterbacks who could shape the NFL offseason.
Pro Football Focus: Re-signing CB Josh Norman is priority number one for the Carolina Panthers.
Cat Scratch Reader: Panthers DE Jared Allen is retiring after 12 seasons in the NFL.
Pride of Detroit: LB Stephen Tulloch appears to be done with the Detroit Lions.
Vice Sports: There's always next year for the New York Giants.
Associated Press: The Minnesota Vikings' offseason priority lies with the offensive line.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
I decided to cut together Van Halen's "Mean Street" with Martin Scorsese's "Mean Streets":
Have a great weekend, everyone!