Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Eric Allen: What draft picks do the Jets own? ...Read it, memorize it, impress your friends!
Rich Cimini: A purely statistical look at some of the Jets' quarterback options.
Darryl Slater: What should the Jets do at the cornerback position in NFL free agency?
New York Post: WR Robby Anderson blasted Cris Carter in a since-deleted tweet.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: The connection between DC Mike Pettine and DE Muhammad Wilkerson will give the Green Bay Packers an inside track on signing him.
Pro Football Focus: Re-evaluating the NFL passer rating using big-time & turnover-worthy throws.
ProFootballTalk: The Los Angeles Rams are using their franchise tag on S Lamarcus Joyner, which sets WR Sammy Watkins into the open market.
Associated Press: The Pittsburgh Steelers place the franchise tag on RB Le'Veon Bell for the second time.
USA Today: CB Kyle Fuller receives transition tag from the Chicago Bears.
USA Today: The Houston Texans deny the report that they are avoiding protesting players.
ESPN: The Los Angeles Chargers will consider starting Dan Feeney at center.
WSVN 7News: Miami native and current Los Angeles Chargers DT Corey Liuget took time to meet and work out with members of the Stoneman Douglas football team in Parkland.
Associated Press: Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross says he won't force his players to stand for the national anthem.
The Buffalo News: WR Jordan Matthews said that two really bad diagnoses by the Philadelphia Eagles medical staff caused him to join the Buffalo Bills.
John Wawrow: The Bills agree to sign RB Chris Ivory to 2-year contract.
Patrick Redford: Carolina Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey and his friends helped save a hiker's life.
Nate Davis: 40 things we learned from players and teams at the 2018 NFL combine.
Danny Kelly: The best NFL free agent at every position. ...Wow, that guy must be really good.
Jason Fitzgerald: The 30 worst signings of 2017.
Ben Austro: Referee Ed Hochuli is ending his 28-year NFL career.
Will Muhammad Wilkerson have more success after the Jets?
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Best wishes, Mo:
Happy hump day!