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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this T.D. Tuesday...

Eric Allen: HC Todd Bowles provides hope in Elizabeth.

Michael Salfino: Is Philadelphia Eagles QB Sam Bradford the quarterback the Jets have been looking for?

Brian Costello: The obstacles the Jets face to a trade for Bradford.

Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets may try to fortify the offensive line.

Rich Cimini: The Jets are living dangerously without edge pass-rushers.

Rich Cimini: Will the Jets draft another defensive lineman?

The Sports Quotient: The Jets don't really have any overly attractive option with DE Muhammad Wilkerson.

NY Jets: WR Devin Smith's draft story started when he was six years old.

NY Jets: Ranking the top tight ends int he draft.

Randy Lange: Jalen Ramsey leads the draft's defensive back parade. Not to be confused with this guy.

Stephen White: Noah Spence could be the best edge rusher in the 2016 NFL Draft.

Vice Sports: Can Cardale Jones overcome the NFL's recency bias?

SB Nation: Michael Thomas and Josh Doctson are the most well-rounded receivers in the NFL Draft.

MMQB: NFL Draft prospect Alex Collins is an Irish dancer.

Jarett Bell: Is UCLA's Myles Jack getting whacked by the NFL Draft's lying season?

Nate Davis: 12 questions to be answered in the 2016 NFL Draft.

David Chao: The top 2016 NFL Draft medical issues.

Jason Fitzgerald: All about rookie contracts and the NFL Draft.

Associated Press: The Cleveland Browns sign WR Saalim Hakim. Long live the dream!

Mile High Report: The Denver Broncos called the Eagles about Bradford, but the price was too high.

New York Times: With the DeflateGate ruling, Commissioner Roger Goodell is firmly in control.

NFLPA: Statement on the second circuit decision.

Pro Football Focus: How QB Jimmy Garoppolo matches up with the New England Patriots' first four opponents.

Sports Illustrated: Former Oakland Raiders QB JaMarcus Russell doesn't ask for your sympathy.

Associated Press: New Washington CB Josh Norman enjoyed all the glitz and glam.

Associated Press: Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is likely staying at four.

Associated Press: Mike Tirico is leaving ESPN this summer for NBC.

Football Perspective: Consecutive playoff losses for a franchise.

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Have a great day, everyone!