Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
Albert Breer: How the Jets scouted and landed QB Sam Darnold.
Darryl Slater: Will the Jets' offensive line be able to protect Darnold?
Paul Schwartz: WR Robby Anderson will not face prosecution on a felony charge from a 2017 arrest in Florida. ...Are you ready to join the Robby lobby?
Rich Cimini: S Kacy Rodgers II faces an uphill battle to make the leap from the CFL to the NFL, and he will have to impress DC Kacy Rodgers, who already knows him very well.
Mike Reiss: It will not be easy for the New England Patriots to replace LT Nate Solder. ...Not without Antonio Garcia.
Mike Florio: The Detroit Lions offensive line has big goals.
Danny Kelly: Which new-look position groups offer the most fantasy opportunity?
Chase Stuart: Passing declined more in 2017 than any year since 1977.
Pro Football Focus: The top wide receivers in contested catch situations.
SI.com: NFL owners will be voting on a handful of proposed rule changes at the annual spring league meeting next week.
SI.com: Former Dallas Cowboys DE Randy Gregory is reportedly applying for reinstatement.
USA Today: Former Houston Texans RB Arian Foster was not surprised by Bob McNair's "inmates" comment and says it is indicative of how NFL players are treated.
Deadspin: SB Nation is still exploiting workers, but in a kinder, gentler way.
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