Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
NY Jets: Rutgers HC Chris Ash on ILB Darron Lee.
Eric Allen: ILB David Harris is helping hope expand.
Eric Allen: RB Matt Forte is one of the most respected players in the NFL.
Dan Hanzus: WR Eric Decker believes that QB Ryan Fitzpatrick will return to the Jets.
Kimberley A. Martin: QB Bryce Petty is out to prove that he belongs in the NFL.
Darryl Slater: OC Chan Gailey says that keeping four quarterbacks can limit a young quarterback's development.
Darryl Slater: Gailey says that QB Geno Smith has made giant steps.
Rich Cimini: The Jets want QB Christian Hackenberg to play like a freshman again.
Rich Cimini: Jets players want to see DE Muhammad Wilkerson.
Dom Cosentino: CB Buster Skrine says that the Jets are going to have a great secondary this year.
Patch: Montclair police swear in former Jets signee OL Shawn McMackin.
NOLA: After 15 years as a player, Aaron Glenn is enjoying his new career as a New Orleans Saints coach.
Jets Wire: Kellen Winslow apologizes to Antonio Cromartie for their Twitter war.
MMQB: Former NFL PR executive Joe Browne on 50 years of an NFL life.
Pro Football Focus: Will DE Shaq Lawson down, the Buffalo Bills are looking for players like IK Enemkpali to start games.
SB Nation: Six NFL sophomores who are trying to avoid the bust label.
Bolts From The Blue: The San Diego Chargers add former Tennessee Titans QB Zach Mettenberger.
Stampede Blue: Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck says that he has an obligation to keep himself healthy.
Turf Show Times: The Los Angeles Rams sign DL Dominique Easley on a one year deal.
Associated Press: Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer expects a big season.
Associated Press: Denver Broncos TE Jeff Heuerman is eager to get on the field after sitting out 2015.
Associated Press: Washington releases WR Andre Roberts.
Associated Press: The NFL hires former Philadelphia Eagles OL Jon Runyan as VP of policy and rules administration.
Mike Florio: With Runyan, the fox is running the henhouse.
Lorenzo Reyes: The Philadelphia Eagles are still backing QB Sam Bradford as a starter.
Nate Davis: Seattle Seahawks DE Michael Bennett almost threw up listening to Bradford.
Deadspin: ESPN's vision of its future is good for sports fans.
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