Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
NY Jets: The Green & White have difference makers on the defensive side of the ball.
NY Jets: OL Dakota Dozier received the majority of first team reps at center this spring.
Today's U: WR Titus Davis and his younger brother are mirror images of one another.
Connor Hughes: WR Devin Smith feels great and healthy entering 2016.
Conor Orr: Questions remain for the Jets.
Brian Costello: OLB Lorenzo Mauldin must grow to meet the Jets' lofty expectations.
Dom Cosentino: LD Coach Pepper Johnson says that DT Deon Simon has made a lot of improvement.
James Walker: CB Bobby McCain is embracing the Miami Dolphins' nickel role.
Andrew Brandt: How Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck got paid.
Lorenzo Reyes: Arizona Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson says that he is the best at the position.
Florida Times Union: It's unclear why officers allowed Jacksonville Jaguars RB Denard Robinson to leave the scene without citing or arresting him.
Associated Press: Seattle Seahawks CB Brandon Browner is under investigation in an alleged assault.
Canal Street Chronicles: The New Orleans Saints sign DE Daryll Tapp.
Tampa Bay Times: Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Louis Murphy woke up locked in a museum after a wedding.
USA Today: Can Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston halt their playoff skid?
USA Today: The move only increases the pressure for the Los Angeles Rams to win.
ESPN: Former Detroit Lions WR Calvin Johnson talks pain killers, concussions and player safety.
MMQB: From practice fields to post games, the kicker is often sequestered from the rest of the team.
Pro Football Focus: The five best NFL cornerback contracts.
Buffalo Rumblings: How technology can make NFL teams more competitive.
SB Nation: Digital streaming is the future of the NFL, and it's coming quick.
I couldn't find "Make A Difference" by Blind Melon, so here is "No Rain" instead:
And while we're in the '90s:
Have a nice day.