Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
Bergen Dispatch: A Carlstadt public school is the grand champion of the Jets Play 60.
NFL.com: The Jets aren't interested in QB Ryan Fitzpatrick's counteroffer.
Brian Costello: The reasons that the Jets object to the one year Fitzpatrick solution.
Eric Allen: The Jets declare that it's time to move on.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets receivers are impressed by QB Geno Smith's poise and confidence.
Rich Cimini: The Jets and DE Muhammad Wilkerson don't appear to be close on a long term deal.
Darryl Slater: RB Matt Forte wants to turn back the time with the Jets.
Connor Hughes: HB Quincy Enunwa is looking to be more consistent in 2016.
Jason Fitzgerald: More NFL QB valuations. Including Fitz.
Presnap Reads: OC Chan Gailey does not need Fitzpatrick.
Football Perspective: Fitzpatrick is one of the worst quarterbacks in clutch situations.
Behind the Steel Curtain: An introduction to advanced statistics in football.
Pro Football Focus: The Pittsburgh Steelers own the top spot in 2016 AFC projections.
The Sports Quotient: The Oakland Raiders are the most improved team through the offseason.
Cincy Jungle: Is TE Tyler Kroft ready to fill in for TE Tyler Eifert? In my expert opinion, they are both named Tyler so it should be a seamless transition.
Windy City Gridiron: The Chicago Bears are set to sign OT Nate Chandler.
NFL.com: OTA rules force Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer to become a pretender.
Indianapolis Start: Is Indianapolis Colts OLB Robert Mathis nearing the end?
Detroit Free Press: Detroit Lions DC Teryl Austin said only two head coach interviews he had were legitimate.
USA Today: WR Allen Hurns agrees to a four year $40 million contract extension with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
SB Nation: Don't expect a sophomore slump from Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston or Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota.
SB Nation: The Pro Bowl is here to stay.
Associated Press: Orlando hopes that the Pro Bowl puts the city on the sports map.
Associated Press: The New Orleans Saints offensive line is in flux with personnel and assignments.
Associated Press: Cleveland Browns TE Gary Barnidge undergoes hernia surgery.
Associated Press: The Miami Dolphins say that their stadium project will be done in time for the season.
Mike Reiss: DE Jabaal Sheard is eyeing an expanded role with the New England Patriots.
Robert Klemko: Washington's offense has a deep receiving corps.
Streaming Media Magazine: The Twitter NFL feed will only offer low level streaming. They should try to get Pied Piper's compression.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
How about some Oasis:
Happy Donut Day:
Remember what Yoda said, "Do or donut, there is no try."
And lastly, I would like to give a shout out to one of the best Jets fans out there. Get better, Tom Gannon! Thanks for all the Jets tickets throughout the years!!! Seriously, get better 'cos preseason will be here before you know it. Love ya, Tom!