Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
CBS New York: The Jets may be talking a good game, but it's early.
NY Jets: Veteran CB Morris Claiborne talks about his first few months with the Green & White.
Chris Pokorny: The trade of S Calvin Pryor for ILB Demario Davis signifies a Cleveland Browns shift to a nickel defense.
Ethan Greenberg: S Jamal Adams is fitting in nicely during OTAs.
Connor Hughes: ILB Darron Lee is ready to put his disappointing 2016 behind him.
Bob Glauber: QB Christian Hackenberg shows signs of progress at team OTAs.
Rich Cimini: it's early, but Hackenberg is showing signs of progress.
Daniel Popper: QB Bryce Petty tries not to play the what-if game after his injury.
Brian Costello: RB Matt Forte uses the new Jets offense to show the problem with last year's.
Rich Cimini: Forte eyes the third down role like old times.
Darryl Slater: How TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins transformed his life by quitting drinking.
Darryl Slater: Based on OTAs so far, what might OC John Morton's offense look like?
Darryl Slater: Why New York Giants WR Brandon Marshall could help Jets WR Robby Anderson have a breakout year.
Windy City Gridiron: The Marshall trade looks genius for the Chicago Bears in hindsight.
Buffalo Rumblings: Buffalo Bills C Eric Wood is close to fully healed.
The Phinsider: A closer look at the Miami Dolphins' running back situation.
Pats Pulpit: A pair of New England Patriots defensive backs have the most to prove in 2017.
How about some Rush: