Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this T.D. Tuesday...
NY Jets: A Jets fan crashes MLB Opening Day.
Michael Salfino: With QB Ryan Fitzpatrick wavering, the Jets home in on QB Paxton Lynch.
Darryl Slater: Ex-Jets RB LaDainian Tomlinson thinks that QB Geno Smith can still succeed as a starter.
Kimberley A. Martin: WR Brandon Marshall's civil trial begins today.
Brian Costello: How the Jets might use the NFL Draft for a tight end facelift. "Tight End Facelift" sounds like an Alice In Chains album.
Randy Lange: LB Bruce Carter joins the Jets' linebacker corps.
Rich Cimini: OLB Lorenzo Mauldin could be more important the the Jets draft picks.
Connor Hughes: Why CBs Buster Skrine and Marcus Williams will both start for the Jets in 2016.
Connor Hughes: Why haven't the Jets traded DE Muhammad Wilkerson yet?
Lester A. Wiltfong: Should the Chicago Bears trade for Wilkerson?
Josh Wilson: Peter King suggests that the Indianapolis Colts should make a huge trade for Wilkerson.
Rich Cimini: The Jets have seven draft needs, but only six picks. Therefore, there is no other possible way to address that seventh need!
KCCI: The San Diego Chargers sign TE Jeff Cumberland.
Portland Press Herald: The Detroit Lions sign TE Matt Mulligan.
USA Today: QB Mark Sanchez gathers the Denver Broncos receivers for camp.
Star-Telegram: The Dallas Cowboys re-sign DE Jack Crawford.
Associated Press: Buffalo Bills RB LeSean McCoy won't be charged over the Philadelphia club brawl.
The Sports Quotient: Is there a fast fix for the Miami Dolphins.
Pro Football Focus: It's not too late to fix the Seattle Seahawks' offensive line.
Mike Florio: There's no guarantee that the Oakland Raiders will see Aldon Smith in 2016.
Jason Fitzgerald: Analyzing San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick's salary decision.
Chase Stuart: Kaepernick and declining for three straight seasons.
Emily Kaplan: Analyst Jon Gruden's ESPN QB Camp is a can't-miss stop for the NFL Draft's best.
Nate Davis: Former Carolina Panthers and Cowboys DE Greg Hardy denies hitting his ex-girlfriend.
Stephen White: Trying to figure out Emmanuel Ogbah's NFL future will make your head hurt.
SB Nation: LB Myles Jack also had a stint as one of the best running backs in college.
Detroit Free Press: Retired player Chris Borland says that early retirement is the new normal in the NFL.
Bloomberg: Twitter wins the NFL deal for Thursday night streaming rights.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Here is the thread about nothing.
What's so civil about that trial anyway?
How about some Van Halen:
And I forgot to post this yesterday:
Have a great day, everyone!