Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Tuesday...
Eric Allen: Jets free agency preview of linebackers.
Brian Costello: CB Darrelle Revis' street fight shouldn't change a thing for the Jets.
Manish Mehta: Revis is making a fool out of owner Woody Johnson.
Connor Hughes: Even with cuts, the Jets aren't in a great salary cap position.
My Central Jersey: A new beginning for Vernon Gholston.
WHNT: Former New England Patriots TE Coach Brian Daboll is named Alabama's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
SB Nation: What is Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo's next stop?
Buffalo Rumblings: The Buffalo Bills' salary cap would benefit from contract restructures.
Big Cat Country: Jacksonville Jaguars TE Julius Thomas is being traded to the Miami Dolphins.
Associated Press: The Jaguars release veteran defensive lineman Jared Odrick.
Associated Press: How long should injured pro athletes get workers comp?
Chase Stuart: Indianapolis Colts RB Frank Gore isn't aging.
Albert Breer: San Francisco 49ers GM John Lynch's unconventional career path.
The Sports Quotient: Four notable players who should be cut this offseason.
Pro Football Focus: The ten best edge defenders set to hit free agency.
Pro Football Talk: A TV executive talked to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell about speeding up NFL games.
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