Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Monday...
Eric Allen: Camp preview of the offense.
Connor Hughes: Three players to watch at Jets training camp.
Darryl Slater: Five key questions entering Jets training camp.
Manish Mehta: The Jets haven't made the playoffs since the Mesozoic Era when dinosaurs roamed the planet. They haven't made the playoffs since Manish Mehta was relevant. Or, they haven't made the playoffs since Manish Mehta had sources.
Rich Cimini: HC Todd Bowles is undaunted by the potentially explosive quarterback situation.
Michael Salfino: Perhaps GM Mike Maccagnan is calculating that QB Geno Smith could provide similar production as QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Yahoo!: The Jets' quarterback issue clouds everything else. And nobody understands the cloud.
Altoona Mirror: FB Julian Howsare is searching for a spot with the Jets.
ESPN: The biggest injury question mark on all 32 NFL teams.
Tom Pelissero: Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill sees breakthrough potential with HC Adam Gase.
Lindsay H. Jones: The Denver Broncos are already seeking ways to improve. As QB Mark Sanchez always says, "Gotta look at the tape and find ways to improve".
Christopher Gates: Minnesota Vikings OL Phil Loadholt is expected to announce his retirement today.
Associated Press: The Dallas Cowboys staffers' bus was involved in a fatal Arizona crash.
Associated Press: The St. Louis Rams give fans one more chance to relive memories.
Cincinnati Enquirer: Where is Cincinnati Bengals TE Tyler Eifert at in his rehab?
Pro Football Talk: How the Pittsburgh Steelers can survive RB Le'Veon Bell's four game suspension.
USA Today: A healthy Pittsburgh squad is a dangerous one.
ESPN: The Seattle Seahawks agree to a contract with GM John Schneider.
Dawgs By Nature: The Cleveland Browns sign DL Nick Hayden.
Pride of Detroit: The Detroit Lions will work out QB Jimmy Clausen.
SB Nation: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is using virtual reality to learn about empathy.
MMQB: Former Indianapolis Colts and Tampa Bay Buccaneers HC Tony Dungy on former Vikings and Arizona Cardinals HC Dennis Green.
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Have a great week, everyone!