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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.

Here is the thread about nothing, where you can talk about random stuff, like the broken man on "Game of Thrones".

I love the guitar solo near the end of this song (that you don't hear on the radio edit):

Have a great day!