Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
Washington Post: It's going to be really hard for the Jets to tank this season.
Fox Sports: The Jets' payroll purge puts their quarterback and head coach in an impossible situation.
Sporting News: Ranking WR Eric Decker's ten possible new teams.
Darryl Slater: As the Jets replace Decker, how will WR Robby Anderson's legal woes factor in?
Ethan Greenberg: How ILB Demario Davis came back a different person.
Kristian Dyer: The hard, simple reality of the Jets cutting ILB David Harris. ...Remember when we let Jonathan Vilma go because we had the up and coming Harris?
Kristian Dyer: The Jets are poised to execute a quick rebuild.
Brian Costello: The NFL Is viciously roasting the Jets, who have no plan.
Rich Cimini: Conflicting agendas could spawn a Jets quarterback controversy.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: QB Christian Hackenberg ignores critics and focuses on making progress.
Connor Hughes: Assessing Hackenberg's play after the Jets' OTAs.
Buffalo News: An assault complaint is filed against former Buffalo Bills HC Rex Ryan.
Associated Press: Former Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning will advise Riddell on product development.
Associated Press: Rested Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer disputes the perception that he's over the hill.
Associated Press: The Baltimore Ravens release TE Dennis Pitta after his third hip injury.
Associated Press: Washington LB Zach Brown is still playing to prove something after a career year.
Did the Jets pick a real bad time to cut their veterans?: