Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
Dennis Waszak Jr.: RB Matt Forte announced his retirement after 10 NFL seasons.
Jason Fitzgerald: Less than two years after making DE Muhammad Wilkerson the highest paid 34 defensive end in the NFL, the Jets are moving in a different direction.
Steve Serby: Wilkerson became a disgrace the second he quit.
Andy Vasquez: The Jets cut Wilkerson and save $11 million in cap space.
Darryl Slater: How much salary cap space do the Jets have with Wilkerson and Forte gone?
Randy Lange: HC Todd Bowles on free agency, the draft, Wilkerson and Forte.
Brian Costello: Why the Jets haven’t taken action against their arrested players.
Pro Football Focus: WR Robby Anderson is one of the league’s best deep-ball receivers.
Pro Football Focus: ILB Demario Davis powers his way to the top linebacker game grade in 2017.
Awful Announcing: The NFL Network will air a flag football tournament featuring Michael Vick, Nate Robinson and Chad Johnson.
Albert Breer: The NFL draft quarterback class has hype, holes and hopes.
Mike Reiss: New England Patriots LT Nate Solder seems to be in strong position on the market.
Patrick Redford: Pittsburgh Steelers LB Ryan Shazier won’t play in 2018.
Arnie Stapleton: GM John Elway indicates that the Denver Broncos will pursue Washington QB Kirk Cousins.
SI.com: The Chicago Bears will release QB Mike Glennon.
Associated Press: The Minnesota Vikings and others face tough decisions as free agency nears.
Associated Press: The Carolina Panthers have released RB Jonathan Stewart.
Associated Press: The Indianapolis Colts decide to let RB Frank Gore leave in free agency.
USA Today: For Oakland Raiders HC Jon Gruden, there is not much time to adapt to the new NFL landscape.
The Ringer: How the NFL’s proposed rule changes could affect the league.
Are you glad with the Jets release of Muhammad Wilkerson?
This poll is closed
Yes. The Wilk man did not deliver.
No. If there’s a Wilk, there’s a way.
Phil Collins says, No Mo, No Mo: