Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
Ethan Greenberg: WR Quincy Enunwa is limited to individual drills for now.
Randy Lange: The Jets add free agent WR Jonah Trinnaman.
Rich Cimini: Fellow Jets quarterbacks have taken note of Sam Darnold's inquisitive nature, from huddle strategy to note-taking to hair products.
Darryl Slater: OLB Lorenzo Mauldin is trying to fight for a roster spot after a slow start to his career. ...It's been a bit maudlin for Mauldin.
Danny Kelly: The most important thing to watch at NFL OTAs is how injure players are recovering.
Robert Mays: The Los Angeles Rams' all-in approach has complicated the Aaron Donald contract dispute.
Chase Stuart: Completion percentage and first downs.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: TE Marcedes Lewis says he's signing with the Green Bay Packers.
Associated Press: The New Orleans Saints' offseason work sharpens focus on new faces.
Associated Press: The Denver Broncos have revamped their backfield.
The Ringer: The kickoff isn't worth saving, but the NFL keeps trying.
Pro Football Focus: The impact quarterbacks and head coaches have over their teams' pace of play.
Pro Football Focus: Who is the top cornerback in the NFL?
Football Zebras: Tom Dooley, retired NFL referee and line judge passes away.
Associated Press: The NFL is joining an effort for nonprofit organizations to support healthy lifestyle programs for veterans and their families.
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