Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets enter the offseason trying to solve issues on and off the field.
Jeanna Thomas: The Jets are keeping DC Kacy Rodgers because he was never the problem.
Darryl Slater: Why it makes sense that HC Todd Bowles didn't fire Rodgers.
Manish Mehta: The Jets will have a hard time hiring a top notch offensive coordinator.
Rich Cimini: The timing is right for the Jets to take a fresh approach on offense.
Kristian Dyer: WR Brandon Marshall says the Jets season was like having a diaper on and never changing it.
NY Jets: OLB Lorenzo Mauldin shows growth despite his shortened season.
Newsday: Taking stock of the Jets' rookies after their 5-11 season.
Rich Cimini: Former Jets C Kevin Mawae is a Hall of Fame finalist.
SB Nation: Former Jets and San Diego Chargers RB LaDainian Tomlinson headlines the Hall of Fame list.
Jenny Vrentas: These are the same old Buffalo Bills.
Jason Fitzgerald: 2017 potential cuts at offensive tackle.
Danny Kelly: All twelve playoff teams have at least one weakness.
Stephen White: Arizona Cardinals DE Markus Golden was last week's best pass rusher, and you probably didn't even notice.
Vice Sports: The Philadelphia Eagles ejected a beat writer from the press box.
Battle Red Blog: QB Brock Osweiler will be the Houston Texans' starting quarterback for the Wild Card Game.
Associated Press: The surging Pittsburgh Steelers rewrite the script on the fly.
Associated Press: The Oakland Raiders are prepared to ride with QB Connor Cook in the playoffs.
Indianapolis Star: It is a deafening silence from Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay.
SB Nation: Former San Francisco 49ers HC Chip Kelly won't rule out anything in looking for his next coaching gig. ...How about teaching a young quarterback how to hit the ocean?
Football Zebras: Ron Torbert, Brad Allen, Craig Wrolstad and Ed Hochuli are the Wild Card referees.
Here is Sir Paul again:
Happy hump day, everyone!