Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this T.D. Tuesday...
NY Jets: WR Eric Decker becomes a hometown hero.
NJ.com: WR Jeremy Ross presented a Jersey City school with a fitness and nutrition grant.
Darryl Slater: QB Bryce Petty notices night and day progress while playing Madden.
Dom Cosentino: What OC Chan Gailey likes about QB Christian Hackenberg.
Rich Cimini: Gailey is not fretting over QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Rich Cimini: ILB David Harris is the leader of a linebacking corps filled with youth.
Brian Costello: DE Muhammad Wilkerson has stayed away from all Jets activities this spring.
The Sports Quotient: It's shocking to see that P Tom Hackett was undrafted.
Land Grant Holy Land: C Nick Mangold, WR Devin Smith and Santonio Holmes are among the highest earning former Ohio State players in the NFL.
9 News: Denver Broncos QB Mark Sanchez will miss at least a week following thumb surgery.
Baltimore Beatdown: The Baltimore Ravens sign OL Vladimir Ducasse.
ESPN: The NFL will investigate the Ravens for an illegal full-pad practice at rookie minicamp.
Boston Herald: New England Patriots WR Danny Amendola is recovering from knee and ankle surgeries.
Buffalo News: Buffalo Bills WR Sammy Watkins broke his foot.
Brian Galliford: Bills DE Shaq Lawson's shoulder surgery will occur before the 2016 regular season.
Kevin Nogle: DE Jason Jones signs with the Miami Dolphins.
Jimmy Morris: The Tennessee Titans release QB Zach Mettenberger.
Nate Davis: The Cleveland Browns were surprised by their trade haul from the Philadelphia Eagles.
Jess Root: S Tyrann Mathieu and the Arizona Cardinals are deep in negotiations.
David Chao: The number one priority of minicamps.
Chase Stuart: NFL teams know even less than you think.
Pro Football Focus: Released by the Carolina Panthers, CB Brandon Boykin's on-field production is still at a high level.
Cincinnati Enquirer: Cincinnati Bengals RB Jeremy Hill is not hiding from his costly fumble.
Bolts From the Blue: How San Diego Chargers OL D.J. Fluker fared in his first season as a guard.
SB Nation: The Oakland Raiders and Chargers top the list of the biggest offensive lines in the NFL.
Mercedes Benz Stadium: The new Atlanta Falcons stadium is revolutionizing the guest experience.
NFLPA: The five players' associations oppose the controversial Personal Rights Act.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
How about some Alice In Chains:
And some Nirvana:
And some Toadies:
Have a great day, everyone!