Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Tuesday...
Kimberley A. Martin: GM Mike Maccagnan is mum on his plans.
Randy Lange: Maccagnan offers some insights to reporters as the NFL heads towards Thursday's first round.
Bob Glauber: Maccagnan needs to get this one right.
Brian Costello: The advice that could push Maccagnan to draft a third quarterback.
Eric Allen: Prospect preview of quarterbacks.
Darryl Slater: How close is QB Bryce Petty to returning from his shoulder injury?
Connor Hughes: The Jets won't say if they'll shop DE Sheldon Richardson.
Rich Cimini: The Jets have invested premium draft picks at linebacker the last two years but still haven't hit it big.
Bart Hubbuch: The story about New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft's casino holdings that Rupert Murdoch's paper never ran.
Kristian Dyer: New York Giants GM Jerry Reese offers little insight into his draft strategy.
Arnie Stapleton: Denver Broncos GM John Elway is not sweating his many needs on offense.
Associated Press: With QB Alex Smith in the fold, the Kansas City Chiefs are still open to drafting quarterbacks.
Associated Press: The Cleveland Browns are still searching for a franchise quarterback.
Associated Press: The Seattle Seahawks downplay the chances of a trade of CB Richard Sherman.
Canal Street Chronicles: RB Adrian Peterson signs with the New Orleans Saints.
SB Nation: It's time for the NFL to embrace air raid quarterbacks.
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Happy T.D. Tuesday, everyone!