Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
Lorenzo Reyes: The quarterback quandary looms over the season for the Jets. It could become quite a quagmire quickly.
Danny Kelly: RB Matt Forte is one of the free agent signings who will have the biggest impact in 2016.
Bart Hubbuch: Reality is about to hit DE Muhammad Wilkerson and other disgruntled NFL stars.
Darryl Slater: Would the Jets franchise tag Wilkerson again in 2017?
Brian Costello: The Jets are banking on DE Leonard Williams becoming a productive and cheaper player.
ABC News: Williams is a rising star in the division.
Game Time PA: DT Deion Barnes spoke to football campers.
Jets Wire: Is CB Marcus Williams ready to handle the workload of a starter?
Vice Sports: The 32 best games the NFL won't let you see.
Pro Football Focus: Ranking all 32 NFL receiving corps.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Former Green Bay Packers QB Brett Favre reflects on the 1991 NFL draft.
Belleville News Democrat: It all began in East St. Louis for former Miami Dolphins LB Bryan Cox.
Associated Press: Buffalo Bills RB Jonathan Williams is arrested on a DWI charge.
ESPN: The New England Patriots are the team to beat again.
ALT Redline: Patriots QB Tom Brady got exactly what the NFLPA bargained for. He took his team to the playoff despite being suspended. Must be nice.
Nate Davis: Patriots TE Nate Ebner is hoping to reach the Olympics with Team USA's rugby squad.
Mike Klis: OLB Von Miller is expected to accept the Denver Broncos' offer by the deadline.
Cian Fahey: Film on Washington QB Kirk Cousins.
Baltimore Beatdown: Is K Justin Tucker frustrated with the Baltimore Ravens? I heard he was all tuckered out about his contract.
Philadelphia Inquirer: Philadelphia Eagles WR Nelson Agholor won't be charged with sex assault.
The Sports Quotient: The curious case of the Kansas City Chiefs.
SB Nation: Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts HC Tony Dungy followed his father's advice all the way to the Hall of Fame.
MMQB: Houston Texans OT Duane Brown and San Francisco 49ers S Eric Reid on the athlete's role in the dialogue for change.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
I hope Queen can quell your quarterback qualms:
Have a great weekend, everyone!