Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Eric Allen: Strength Coach Justus Galac says that things are always evolving and changing.
Brian Costello: OLB Freddie Bishop is the sack master project whom the Jets unearthed from Canada.
Dom Cosentino: The Jets sign RB Romar Morris and waive TE Jerome Cunningham.
Rich Cimini: WR Brandon Marshall is a bargain at $79,500 per reception.
Seth Walder: Five things to watch at Jets OTAs.
Rotoworld: The Jets have the worst quarterback situation in 2016.
Pride of Detroit: The Jets end up ranked sixth for OL athleticism.
Mike Reiss: The day New England Patriots WRs Danny Amendola and Julian Edelman met Wayne Chrebet.
Richard Hill: A former scout reveals Patriots HC Bill Belichick's seven most important skills for a cornerback.
Buffalo News: Buffalo Bills HC Rex Ryan goes into defensive mode to explain DE Shaq Lawson's surgery.
ESPN: The logic of the Bills' updated media policy doesn't add up.
Pro Football Focus: What TE Tyler Eifert's injury means for the Cincinnati Bengals.
USA Today: QB Paxton Lynch is making a fast impression in the Denver Broncos' quarterback race. The competition is rigged.
Associated Press: Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy is feeling lighter and better after workouts.
Wall Street Journal: For the New York Giants, a new season comes with lots of new faces.
SB Nation: The NFL tweaks its replay rules again.
Pro Football Talk: Commissioner Roger Goodell makes the NFL's strongest statement yet on North Carolina's law.
Washington Post: The NFL acts as if it is above science and the law.
Jenny Vrentas: The NFL, the grant money, and the business of concussion research.
Emily Kaplan: Behind the scenes at the NFLPA rookie premiere.
Barry Petchesky: The NFL breaks up Pete Morelli's entire officiating crew after a bizarrely terrible season.
Ken Belson: NFL star and actor Bubba Smith had CTE.
Chase Stuart: There were more 100 yard receiving games in the early 60s than there are now.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Just trolling the Lightning fans out there:
Happy hump day!