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

NY Jets: NFLN analyst Brian Baldinger says that there is a big year potential for DE Leonard Williams.

Darryl Slater: What HC Todd Bowles first noticed about the Jets' 2016 schedule.

Brian Costello: How OLB Lorenzo Mauldin is answering Bowles' rare fire.

Connor Hughes: DB Marcus Williams plays all the positions, and he loves it.

Randy Lange: TE Jace Amaro and the tight ends seek a major bounce back.

Dom Cosentino: How might QB Ryan Fitzpatrick's return affect the Jets beyond 2016?

Darryl Slater: WR Jalin Marshall is trying to prove that he belongs.

Rich Cimini: RB Matt Forte hopes to defy Father Time like Curtis Martin.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Former Jets P Curley Johnson dies at 80.

New York Post: Former Jet Michel Faulkner wants to be the city's next mayor.

Detroit News: TE Matthew Mulligan gets another shot with the Detroit Lions. Mulligan is aptly named.

Pro Football Talk: The Buffalo Bills are visiting with DL Leger Douzable.

Pro Football Focus: One big warning sign for new Houston Texans QB Brock Osweiler.

USA Today: The Carolina Panthers defensive backfield goes out of its way to connect with fans.

Associated Press: Panthers QB Cam Newton is keeping busy while getting over the Super Bowl loss.

Associated Press: Los Angeles Rams WR Stedman Bailey hopes to play again after his shooting.

Lindsay H. Jones: San Diego Chargers QB Philip Rivers is happy that there is a chance they will remain in San Diego.

Robert Klemko: QB Jameis Winston is ready for year two with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Mike Florio: OLB Von Miller and the Denver Broncos need to truly negotiate.

The Sports Quotient: Rookie preview of first round receivers.

SB Nation: Mike Carey is out as the rules expert for CBS.

SB Nation: Imagining an NFL without kickoffs.

Hogs Haven: What American football is like in the United Kingdom.

New York Post: AIG ends their insurance policy against head injuries with the NFL.

And now some mandatory Metallica for mandatory minicamp:

Are you ready for the summer?:

Sorry I wasn't able to post this weekend. I was busy training the North Star CITs so we can beat Camp Mohawk again this year. Have a great week, everyone!