Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this T.D. Tuesday...
Rich Cimini: QB Christian Hackenberg must finish the offseason with a strong minicamp.
Brian Costello: Hackenberg and four other major questions the Jets face.
Connor Hughes: One thing each Jets quarterback must show at minicamp.
Darryl Slater: Five Jets players with something to prove.
Eric Allen: WR Quincy Enunwa and DE Muhammad Wilkerson react to the roster changes.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: WR Eric Decker's days with the Jets are done.
Rich Cimini: With the receiving corps dismantled, the Jets could lean on tight ends.
NY Jets: TE Austin Seferian Jenkins one on one.
New York Post: OLB Lorenzo Mauldin defends himself after an alleged club beating.
Josh Wilson: The Jets are expected to sign former Indianapolis Colts RB Jordan Todman.
Pro Football Focus: The Dallas Cowboys have no interest in CB Darrelle Revis.
Associated Press: An August trial is set in Joe McKnight's death.
Associated Press: Former Kansas City Chiefs WR Jeremy Maclin picks the Baltimore Ravens.
Buffalo Rumblings: Buffalo Bills DT Marcell Dareus spoke about the new coaching regime.
Kevin Nogle: Former Miami Dolphins executive Dawn Aponte has been hired by the NFL.
Rich Hill: How the New England Patriots could deploy nickel defensive backs according to their schedule. ...Yeah, but can they call themselves the no fly zone?
Associated Press: Los Angeles Chargers pass rusher Melvin Ingram agrees to a four year deal.
Associated Press: OL Michael Oher's future with the Carolina Panthers is uncertain entering minicamp.
How about some Van Halen:
And some Kenny Loggins:
Have a great day, everyone! You can be my wingmen anytime!