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

Eric Allen: Ten things to know about Jets training camp.

Eric Allen: LB Darron Lee and New York Giants CB Eli Apple continue their rise together.

Brian Costello: DL Jarvis Jenkins may be forced into a bigger role.

Darryl Slater: The Jets rank among the NFL's worst coach quarterback duos.

Rich Cimini: Are the Jets a quarterback away from being a Super Bowl contender?

Chicago Tribune: Former Chicago Bears RB Matt Forte talks about his passion for football and religion.

Jets Wire: What impact will WR Quincy Enunwa have on the Jets 2016 season?

Brandon Lee Gowton: Former Philadelphia Eagles HC Buddy Ryan dies at 82.

Darryl Slater: The Jets and Buffalo Bills react to the death of HC Rex Ryan's father.

Mike Reiss: How much of New England Patriots HC Bill Belichick's success is because of QB Tom Brady?

Joel Thorman: Former Kansas City Chiefs Mike DeVito goes from playing football to calling games.

Turf Show Times: Los Angeles Rams DE Quinton Coples fills a vacated role.

SB Nation: Former Detroit Lions WR Calvin Johnson says that he retired because he was fed up with football.

Pro Football Focus: The ten best slot weapons in the NFL.

USA Today: The NFL's 100 most important weapon.

Associated Press: The New Orleans Saints will keep their training camp in West Virginia despite floods.

Chase Stuart: Running back heat maps.

David Chao: Video is the medical history.

Jason Fitzgerald: Rookies need to demand no franchise tag designations.

Lindsay H. Jones: The NFL will announce $10 million in funding for a coalition working to prevent sexual violence.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

"Long Training Running" as we have a long way to go before training camp:

Have a great day!