Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
Randy Lange: The Jets' 2017 schedule is a different breed.
Darryl Slater: Power rankings for all Jets games from easiest to toughest.
Connor Hughes: Three potential turning points for the Jets.
Randy Lange: Prospect preview of wide receivers.
Brian Costello: How QB Mitchell Trubisky could influence the Jets' NFL Draft.
Rich Cimini: CB Marshon Lattimore could be the best cover corner in the draft, but he has had hamstring issues and the Dee Milliner miss still stings for the Jets. ...At least they made up for it with Dexter McDougle.
Pro Football Focus: The Jets can wait in the draft to improve their secondary.
Sports Illustrated: What if QB Josh McCown's final pass of 2003 had fallen incomplete?
SB Nation: The best and worst games this season.
John Wawrow: Police discover Buffalo Bills OL Cyrus Kouandjio wandering in a field.
Dom Cosentino: An ex DEA official says that NFL doctors hated hearing that they had to follow federal drug laws.
Kristian Dyer: New York Giants QB Eli Manning addresses the memorabilia scandal.
Danny Kelly: NFL scouts and former front office members recount their biggest draft misses.
SB Nation: DeShone Kizer hopes to channel Tom Brady and Cam Newton to be the best of all time. ...Is he hoping to out-deShine them? (C'mon, that's gold!)
Pro Football Talk: The Los Angeles Chargers host the Miami Dolphins in their first L.A. home game.
Associated Press: Cardell Hayes is sentenced to 25 years for manslaughter in the killing of ex New Orleans Saints DE Will Smith.
Associated Press: The Oakland Raiders exercise their fifth year option on star DE Khalil Mack.
Associated Press: The Oakland Raiders wouldn't pay rent at their tax funded Las Vegas stadium.
This is for big Nirvana fan Nick Mangold:
Have a great weekend, everyone!