Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this T.D. Tuesday...
NY Jets: RB Matt Forté's conference call.
NY Jets: The best of Forté in 90 seconds.
Eric Allen: Forté's conference call takeaways.
Darryl Slater: How will the Jets use Forte in combination with RB Bilal Powell?
Ben Shpigel: Forte is undeterred by questions at quarterback.
Marc Sessler: Forte says that there is no tension with WR Brandon Marshall.
Stack: Marshall takes the Pittsburgh Steelers to task for their statement on WR Martavis Bryant's suspension.
Pro Football Focus: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is one of the biggest free agency losers.
SB Nation: Fitzpatrick is the best quarterback still available.
Barry Petchesky: Fitzpatrick's free agency is getting messy.
Rich Cimini: No team lets its quarterback twist in the wind unless it's OK with losing him.
Dom Cosentino: WR Quincy Enunwa led the Jets in 2015 performance-based pay.
Connor Hughes: The Oakland Raiders are interested in LB Erin Henderson.
Brian Galliford: Buffalo Bills HC Rex Ryan announces changes to their DL and OLB coaching staff.
Mike Florio: Former Bills DT Coach Karl Dunbar was completely surprised and disappointed by his termination.
Mile High Report: QB Mark Sanchez is ready to compete for the starting quarterback job with the Denver Broncos. Maybe he finally got to look at the film and found a way to improve.
Revenge of the Birds: Arizona Cardinals QB Drew Stanton only had interest as a backup quarterback. I really think he could have been our starter if he stuck around.
Associated Press: New WR Chris Hogan calls it surreal to join the New England Patriots.
Bleeding Green Nation: The Philadelphia Eagles are interested in DT Nick Fairley.
Acme Packing Company: Green Bay Packers DT B.J. Raji has stepped away from football.
Baltimore Beatdown: The Baltimore Ravens sign former San Diego Chargers S Eric Weddle.
Field Gulls: The Seattle Seahawks sign OL Bradley Sowell.
Vice Sports: The Philadelphia Eagles are a gut job for the new guys.
Football Outsiders: Film on the Tennessee Titans' new weapons.
Associated Press: An NFL executive admits to a link between CTE and football head trauma.
USA Today: The NFL distances itself from the statement that links CTE to football.
Nancy Armour: The admission of the link between football and CTE is long overdue.
David Chao: Posting video of recovery workouts has become the norm.
Deadspin: Commissioner Roger Goodell could give up the power to impose player discipline.
Pro Football Talk: The NFL Referees Association objects to the reduction of NHL player Dennis Wideman's suspension.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Time for some Iron Maiden:
Have a great day, everyone!