Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
Connor Hughes: Bart Scott doesn't think QB Geno Smith will return to the Jets.
Darryl Slater: What does LT Ryan Clady's contract restructure mean for the Jets?
Brian Costello: The Jets can delay the decision on the injury prone lineman.
Rich Cimini: Why the Jets are likely to go defense again with their first pick.
Evan "Tex" Western: Former Green Bay Packers OLB Coach Kevin Greene joins the Jes coaching staff.
Randy Lange: Linebackers David Harris, Darron Lee, Jordan Jenkins and Lorenzo Mauldin should be the anchors in 2017.
Orlando Sentinel: Video of DE Leonard Williams at the Pro Bowl.
San Diego Union Tribune: It's a miracle that Los Angeles Chargers HC Anthony Lynn is alive.
Pro Football Focus: What makes New York Giants DT Damon Harrison the NFL's best run stuffer.
Realtor: Super Bowl MVP Santonio Holmes is selling his Florida home. ...Insert Holmes pun here.
Vice Sports: This offseason, new head coaches are actually new.
The Sports Quotient: How the New England Patriots built their team.
Danny Kelly: The Atlanta Falcons running backs are playing positionless football.
David Fucillo: Could Mike Shanahan end up joining Kyle Shanahan with the San Francisco 49ers?
Pro Football Talk: The NFL will look into the Pittsburgh Steelers' handling of RB Le'Veon Bell's injury.
Detroit Free Press: Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford doesn't deserve a huge contract.
Star Tribune: Minnesota Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater is still rehabbing with no set timeline to return.
Cincinnati Enquirer: The Cincinnati Bengals are undecided on CB Adam Jones' future.
AZ Central: The Arizona Cardinals are bringing in Byron Leftwich as the new quarterbacks coach.
Big Cat Country: The Jacksonville Jaguars name former CFL HC Scott Milanovich as quarterbacks coach.
Football Perspective: 2016 quarterback stats in clutch situations.
SB Nation: The NFL's new skills showdown was exactly what the Pro Bowl needed.
SB Nation: Tre-Davious White is one of the four cornerbacks ready to improve an NFL secondary.
MMQB: Risers, fallers and quarterbacks in the Senior Bowl.
My one year old was just dancing to this song:
And this is for Doug in the Middleton: