Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this T.D. Tuesday...
NY Jets: The Jets promote activity and fight obesity.
Scout: LBs Darron Lee and Jordan Jenkins represent a bright future for the organization.
Connor Hughes: Four things to watch at the Jets final OTA practices.
Rich Cimini: WR Brandon Marshall can put himself in elite company.
Dom Cosentino: WR Devin Smith is likely to start the season on the PUP list.
Orange County Register: The Los Angeles Rams hope that DE Quinton Coples feels more at home in their scheme.
Richard Hill: The New England Patriots are paying a lot for depth.
James Walker: WR Wes Welker appears at the Miami Dolphins camp to offer advice.
Mike Rodak: Commissioner Roger Goodell says that the Buffalo Bills must stay up with modern NFL facilities.
Jason Fitzgerald: Negotiating better contracts for the NFL player.
David Chao: Stop with the concussion politics.
Associated Press: New York Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul is optimistic as his fireworks anniversary nears.
The News Journal: DT Fletcher Cox and RB Darren Sproles report for the Philadelphia Eagles' mandatory minicamp.
The Tennessean: LB Brian Orakpo says that RB DeMarco Murray is fueled for a resurgence with the Tennessee Titans.
Pro Football Focus: LB Clay Matthews may help the Green Bay Packers more at inside linebacker.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Packers CB Sam Shields says that his concussion was real scary.
USA Today: Packers QB Aaron Rodgers hopes that a dairy free diet extends his career.
SB Nation: President Obama honored the Denver Broncos.
SB Nation: Jacksonville Jaguars OL Coach Doug Marrone triest to rap and spits everywhere.
USA Today: Ranking the best 100 players for the 2016 season.
The Sports Quotient: Handicapping the rookie running backs.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
I love the guitar solo near the end of this song (that you don't hear on the radio edit):
Have a great day!