Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Tuesday...
Darryl Slater: How should the Jets handle the 2017 offseason salary cap moves?
Eric Allen: HC Todd Bowles is impressed with RB Bilal Powell's toughness, quickness and resiliency.
Randy Lange: RG Brian Winters signs a contract extension.
Brian Costello: Winters will get about $8 million per year.
Rich Cimini: The one concern with Winters is durabilty, as he has yet to start a full season.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: LT Ryan Clay is not likely to be back, and OL Ben Ijalana is scheduled to be a free agent.
Connor Hughes: Could Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith be a surprising option for the Jets?
Connor Hughes: Will the Jets have a shot at Houston Texans CB A.J. Bouye?
Battle Red Blog: The Texans and OC George Godsey mutually agree to part ways.
Jimmy Kempski: The Philadelphis Eagles are considering moving on from starting C Jason Kelce.
Larry Brown Sports: Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo is likely to pick the team he wants to be traded to.
Star Telegram: Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott says the NFL is dragging its feet on his domestic violence investigation.
New Orleans Advocate: The New Orleans Saints have interest in San Francisco 49ers STC Derius Swinton.
Richard Hill: The New England Patriots were prepared for the pass rush but failed to execute.
Jeff Hartman: Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown's video was ill-timed but hardly the fire storm some have created.
Mike Florio: The NFL is looking into the Seattle Seahawks' failure to disclose CB Richard Sherman's injury.
Robert Klemko: The other side of the Green Bay Packers.
Danny Kelly: Offense wins championships.
David Chao: Who is healthy for the championship games?
Andrew Brandt: The five myths of NFL relocations.
ESPN: The San Diego Chargers' desperate move is a shot to the NFL's vitality.
Pro Football Talk: Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti would like fewer commercials on NFL broadcasts.
Football Zebras: Referee Carl Cheffers is likely to get the Super Bowl nod.
Rule of Tree: Draft preview of Christian McCaffrey.
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