Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Tuesday...
Randy Lange: Prospect preview of tight ends.
Rich Cimini: The Jets success hinges on drafting better than they did before.
Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets preseason schedule.
Brian Costello: New York Giants WR Brandon Marshall awaits in the preseason.
Down the Drive: The baddest hombre to ever play football at every AAC school.
ESPN: Draft prospects to target for each AFC East team.
NFL.com: The New England Patriots keep a tight grip on the AFC East.
Canal Street Chronicles: The New Orleans Saints at Miami Dolphins clash across the pond is set for an early kickoff.
Associated Press: The Buffalo Bills sign QB T.J. Yates as backup to QB Tyrod Taylor.
Associated Press: HC Sean McVay sets a new foundation with the Los Angeles Rams this week.
Pro Football Talk: San Francisco 49ers HC Kyle Shanahan thinks it may be hard to find a fit for QB Colin Kaepernick.
The Sports Quotient: Examining former Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo's career.
SB Nation: The five safest players to pick this year.
SB Nation: Will air raid QBs Patrick Mahomes or Davis Webb succeed in the NFL?
Tom Pelissero: Savvy QB Joshua Dobbs looks to defy labels in the NFL.
Emily Kaplan: Kansas State edge rusher Jordan Willis is a draft riser.
Chase Stuart: Auburn DE Carl Lawson was the 2017 Combine bench press champion.
Jeanna Thomas: Former Seattle Seahakws RB Marshawn Lynch and the Patriots would be a bad idea.
Arnie Stapleton: QB Trevor Siemian is medically cleared as the Denver Broncos begin offseason work.
Denver Post: Former Broncos OL Ryan Miller knows he has to talk about CTE.
ESPN: Washington LB Junior Galette is arrested after an incident during a concert in Mississippi.
Pro Football Focus: Actual opportunity for the fantasy running backs.
Football Outsiders: 2016 adjusted games lost.
Deadspin: The NFL seems like it could use a nap.
Deadspin: Former Detroit Lions WR Titus Young is sentenced to four years in prison for assault.
How about some Echo and the Bunnymen:
Happy Tuesday, everyone!