Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets believe they can exceed expectations.
Kimberley A. Martin: OC John Morton promises a competitive and versatile offense.
NY Jets: Several members of the offense weigh in on working with Morton.
ESPN: Bill Polian says there is no hope if QB Christian Hackenberg can't run the system.
Darryl Slater: RB Matt Forte remains confident as he enters Year 10.
Darryl Slater: Who will be the Jets kick and punt returner this year?
Connor Hughes: Does K Ross Martin have a shot at beating out K Chandler Catanzaro?
Connor Hughes: The Jets desperately need CB Buster Skrine to step up in 2017.
Rich Cimini: Debunking the myths surrounding DE Sheldon Richardson.
Vice Sports: The Jets are set to hire a Women's Football League coach to work with the defensive backs.
Pro Football Talk: Eric Mangini would vouch for Colin Kaepernick if a team asked.
Pro Football Talk: Los Angeles Chargers QB Philip Rivers is happy with OLs Russell Okung and Matt Slauson.
Associated Press: QB Geno Smith is trying to resurrect his career with the New York Giants.
Tara Sullivan: Giants WR Odell Beckham continues to leave the door open for criticism.
Rich Hill: Could New England Patriots WR Julian Edelman see more time in the slot?
Matt Warren: The Buffalo Bills are concerned about TE Charles Clay's knee injury.
Kevin Nogle: QB Ryan Tannehill's knee appears healthy, and the quarterback is ready to go.
Tom Pelissero: Chicago Bears QBs Mitchell Trubisky and Mike Glennon spark a quarterback intrigue.
Jeff Hartman: Former Pittsburgh Steelers CB Justin Gilbert is suspended four games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.
Danny Kelly: The Seattle Seahawks are and always will be a circus.
Ben Austro: The celebration penalties are tweaked but not twerked.
Andrew Brandt: The case for getting rid of overtime in the NFL.
ESPN: Minnesota Vikings HC Teddy Bridgewater appears optimistic concerning the recovery of QB Teddy Bridgewater.
Roll Bama Roll: It pays to play for Nick Saban's Alabama Crimson Tide.
The Ringer: The NBA is owning the NFL on the internet. ...Internet? InterNOT!
Associated Press: A judge tosses the suit against the NFL over cheerleader wages.
Desperately wanting Buster Skrine to step up:
Enjoy your Saturday, everyone!