Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Sunday...
Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets keep four quarterbacks.
Rich Cimini: The Jets have to give it some time with QB Christian Hackenberg.
Randy Lange: RT Breno Giacomini goes to the Reserve/PUP list. He gets a puppy reserved just for him.
Darryl Slater: The Jets cut TE Jace Amaro just two years after drafting him in Round 2. We got by without him last year, and a wide receiver took his job.
Kimberley A. Martin: The trio of rookie receivers survive the Jets' cutdown.
Brian Costello: The Jets' roster cuts signal youth at wideout and a mystery at fullback.
The Sports Xchange: The Jets move DL Sheldon Richardson to the suspended list.
Connor Hughes: Why the players who made the 53-man roster aren't safe yet.
Winston Salem Journal: Former Appalachian State star S Doug Middleton has been waived by the Jets.
Blogging the Boys: The Dallas Cowboys will sign QB Mark Sanchez as a veteran backup quarterback.
The Buffalo News: Five ways the Buffalo Bills must improve to make the playoffs. Sign more former Jets and make them team captains.
Mike Reiss: Keeping four tight ends initially highlights how the New England Patriots might feature the position. It'll be five once they sign Jace, who will come back to haunt us.
James Walker: The Miami Dolphins keep five running backs.
Danny Kelly: Players who will dominate the NFL leaderboards.
Stephen White: CB Dre Kirkpatrick's speed is going to lead to a big year with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Scotty Payne: The Denver Broncos placed CB Aqib Talib on the trading block. I guess nobody bit once Dee Milliner became available.
USA Today: The Pittsburgh Steelers acquire CB Justin Gilbert from the Cleveland Browns in a trade.
Daily Norseman: The Minnesota Vikings acquire QB Sam Bradford from the Philadelphia Eagles.
Football Outsiders: Building a Super Bowl winner on offense.
Football Perspective: Resting starters database.
Football Zebras: Presnap action is a point of emphasis in 2016.
The Sports Quotient: Examining the effectiveness of NFL rule changes.
Here's to cutting off dead weight:
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, everyone!