Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
NY Jets: Dallas Cowboys HC Jason Garrett says CB Morris Claiborne played his best ball in 2016. ...The Claiborne supremacy.
NY Jets: The Jets could find a starting caliber tight end later in the draft.
Rich Cimini: CB Buster Skrine maintains his trust in the team's decision makers.
David Fucillo: The Jets are making the rounds of the quarterback circuit, working out QB Mitchell Trubisky.
Connor Hughes: Should the Jets draft Trubisky?
Connor Hughes: Did the Jets realistically try to re-sign New York Giants QB Geno Smith?
The Intell: Mike Pettine reflects on the impact his father had on many people.
Local 10: Former Miami Dolphins Jason Taylor and Sam Madison will be assistant high school coaches.
Associated Press: LaDainian Tomlinson rejoins the Los Angeles Chargers as special assistant.
Associated Press: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton undergoes surgery to repair his rotator cuff.
Inside the Pylon: The grass is not always greener, and development is not linear.
The Sports Quotient: Cap issues could stunt the Los Angeles Rams offensive progress in 2017.
Pro Football Talk: New Orleans Saints
HC QB Drew Brees says they are very close to getting back to the Super Bowl.
SB Nation: HC Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks aren't happy with the NFL's leaping ban.
Tim Graham: The Buffalo Bills culture change continues with football ops departures.
Jeanna Thomas: Four lies and one truth about Cleveland Browns QB Brock Osweiler from the NFL owners meeting.
Chase Stuart: Osweiler, Cody Kessler, and stats vs. winning.
Aaron Wilson: Houston Texans LB Brian Cushing says that getting to the playoffs isn't good enough.
Tom Pelissero: Minnesota Vikings DT Sharrif Floyd's career is in jeopardy due to a nerve issue in his knee.
Barry Wilner: A look at what got done at NFL meetings.
Michael Lombardi: Former San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick is good at a lot of things except throwing a football.
Vice Sports: Kaepernick's former coaches love him, and it might not matter.
Have a great weekend, everyone!