Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Tuesday...
Brian Costello: It's time for the Jets to give RB Bilal Powell his big shot.
Ethan Greenberg: Will TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins become a top Jets target?
Randy Lange: There are lots of fresh faces and new names at wide receiver.
Bob Glauber: The Jets and New York Giants begin training camp at polar opposites of the NFL spectrum.
Buffalo News: The Buffalo Bills hosted DL Leger Douzable and WR Anquan Boldin.
New York Post: Marvin Washington sues Jeff Sessions to legalize marijuana.
Associated Press: GM John Elway agrees to a five year contract with the Denver Broncos.
Associated Press: The Indianapolis Colts put QB Andrew Luck on the PUP for the start of training camp.
Associated Press: The Dallas Cowboys dump WR Lucky Whitehead after a link to a shoplifting arrest. ...Not so lucky after all.
Dallas News: Cowboys LB Jaylon Smith expects constant growth as he begins his first training camp.
USA Today: Chicago Bears LB Jerrell Freeman does the Heimlich and saves a man from choking.
Pro Football Talk: An unenforceable rule may become relevant to Oakland Raiders CB Gareon Conley's contract.
Football Zebras: An obscure substitution foul is now a warning before 15 yards assessed.
Football Perspective: The 1987 MVP award.
Apparently, we twisted last summer so why don't we repeat the maneuver:
Happy T.D. Tuesday, everyone!