Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
New York Post: It doesn't appear owner Woody Johnson's appointment as U.S. ambassador to the U.K. will have any effect on how the Jets are run.
NY Jets: OLB Freddie Bishop impressed the Jets in his first season.
Connor Hughes: Would the Jets be better off with Atlanta Falcons OLB Vic Beasley and not DE Leonard Williams?
Kristian Dyer: A late Jets fan got a special visit from S Calvin Pryor in his dying days.
Rich Cimini: Mel Kiper says it's too soon for the Jets to pull the plug on QB Christian Hackenberg.
Rich Cimini: Ex Jet teammates lament the sad and sobering story of Mark Gastineau.
Manish Mehta: Gastineau can defend football, but the sport isn't safe for kids.
Fox Sports: Washington is set to name Kevin O'Connell as quarterbacks coach.
Big Cat Country: Tony Sparano Jr. is joining the Jacksonville Jaguars staff.
Big Cat Country: The Jaguars hire Keenan McCardell as receivers coach.
Bolts From the Blue: The San Diego Chargers hire Gus Bradley as defensive coordinator.
Dayton Daily News: The Cincinnati Bengals can't call themselves contenders now.
Associated Press: If the Oakland Raiders' move is approved, fans should boycott the team. ...Boycott stinko team!
SB Nation: RB Adrian Peterson wants to stay with the Minnesota Vikings, but named potential suitors if he doesn't.
Tom Pelissero: The NFL fines Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce for his Foot Locker blast against a referee.
Kevin Nogle: The NFL sets the New Orleans at Miami Dolphins game in London.
Kyle P. Barber: Baltimore Ravens LB Zachary Orr is expected to retire.
Danny Kelly: Four key stats for championship weekend.
Evan "Tex" Western: Questionable tags all around for the Green Bay Packers' wide receivers.
Cian Fahey: Film on Packers TE Jared Cook.
Jeanna Thomas: The Atlanta Falcons built the one offense that can keep pace with the Packers.
Andy Benoit: How the Falcons defense evolved.
Geoff Schwartz: How do the New England Patriots stop Pittsburgh Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell?
Dom Cosentino: The Steelers are the first real test for an underrated Patriots defense.
Football Zebras: The Dallas Cowboys' unusual substitution call brings forth a substitute judgement call.
Over the Cap: Introducing the proven performance escalator projections page.