Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
Randy Lange: Ezekiel Elliott is at the head of the draft's running back class.
Brian Costello: Inside the Jets' salary cap hell and why there's no easy escape.
Connor Hughes: The Jets have the lowest cap space total in the NFL again.
Rich Cimini: The late Eugene Parker changed Jets history with a phone call.
Battle Red Blog: The Houston Texans re-sign QB Brandon Weeden.
Buffalo News: The Buffalo Bills are visiting with LB Bruce Carter.
Mike Florio: S Jimmy Wilson swaps out the San Diego Chargers for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Danny Kelly: The Seattle Seahawks bring back DE Chris Clemons.
Chase Stuart: The Jacksonville Jaguars and measuring passing attack age.
Robert Klemko: Laquon Treadwell's long-awaited 40 yard dash.
The Sports Quotient: The five best free agent contracts given out by AFC teams this offseason.
Associated Press: New York Giants DC Steve Spagnuolo is excited for 2016.
Pro Football Focus: Giants QB Eli Manning is on the downslope of his career.
New York Times: The twice retired Alan Page is still passionate about his goals.
Bloomberg: Facebook is said to back off the bid to stream NFL Thursday games.
Football Zebras: The NFL quietly passes the hot potato rule for the coin toss.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Here is the thread about nothing.
How about some Squirrel Nut Zippers:
Have a great weekend, everyone!