Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this T.D. Tuesday...
Rich Cimini: In addition to facing Bill Belichick twice next season, Todd Bowles and the Jets will have four additional games against Belichick disciples.
Connor Hughes: Ten players who should be on the Jets’ free agency wish list.
Newsday: WR Robby Anderson pleads not guilty to nine charges.
NY Jets: S Marcus Maye’s season highlights.
Randy Lange: Jamal Adams and Maye dominate the Jets’ safety story. ...Is it safe to say they are good safeties?
Arrowhead Pride: The Kansas City Chiefs did the right thing in keeping DC Bob Sutton. ...Why, Suttonly!
PhillyVoice: Former Philadelphia Eagles LB Coach Steve Spagnuolo hints strongly that the New England Patriots cheated in the Super Bowl. ...Which one(s)?
The Ringer: The Eagles’ wrecking crew up front could shape the Super Bowl.
USA Today: QB Carson Wentz is still aiding the Eagles after his injury.
Associated Press: Arizona Cardinals OC Mike McCoy is ready to adjust at quarterback and has talked to WR Larry Fitzgerald.
ProFootballTalk: The Oakland Raiders announce Brian Callahan as QB Coach.
ProFootballTalk: Commissioner Roger Goodell says that catch rules are not what people really want.
The Ringer: The Jacksonville Jaguars are finally ditching their monstrous two-toned helmets.
Nancy Armour: It is past time for Washington owner Daniel Snyder to follow Cleveland’s lead.
John Wawrow: Buffalo Bills OL Eric Wood’s retirement is on hold over bonus issue. ...Wood may have been a bit premature.
Football Perspective: The truth about passing and rushing in the NFL.
Did the Jets see their quarterback of the future in the Senior Bowl?
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