Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
Ethan Greenberg: The Jets help kick off the NFL's inaugural coaching clinic.
Darryl Slater: Five things to know about Christopher Johnson, Woody Johnson's Jets successor.
Connor Hughes: RB Elijah McGuire will have a role with the Jets this season.
Pro Football Focus: RB Matt Forte could hold on to the Jets workhorse role.
NY Jets: QB Coach Jeremy Bates says that QB Christian Hackenberg is a quick study.
NY Jets: CB Juston Burris' mindset is that it his his job to take.
Rare Disease Report: Former Wilms' tumor patient Mike Pennel arrived at camp last week.
Pats Pulpit: The New England Patriots saw 150 of ILB David Harris' tackles firsthand.
New York Post: Patriots owner Robert Kraft says the NFL's future is through livestreaming.
Buffalo Rumblings: Is Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor's contract a fair deal?
Jason Fitzgerald: Las Vegas Raiders QB Derek Carr has yet to do any of the things most big earners do.
Rich Cimini: Carr makes as much as the Jets' highest paid skill players.
The Ringer: We still don't have any idea how much quarterbacks are worth.
Dallas News: QB Dak Prescott and RB Ezekiel Elliot won't rest until the Dallas Cowboys win a Super Bowl.
USA Today: HC Mike McCarthy and the Green Bay Packers seek the finishing touch.
Do you remember the Workhorse Movement?:
Happy Saturday, everyone!