Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
Kristian Dyer: The past three NFL Drafts could be an indicator that the Jets, headed by GM Mike Maccagnan, are turning things around.
Rich Cimini: The Jets fell head over heels for QB Sam Darnold and then agonized.
Brian Costello: Retracing the Jets’ steps to getting Darnold.
Darryl Slater: What are the Jets' biggest remaining needs and questions after the 2018 NFL Draft?
Calvin Watkins: WR Robby Anderson missed his court date.
Chase Stuart: Which positions did NFL teams focus on in the 2018 NFL Draft?
Football Outsiders: 2018 NFL Draft report card report.
The Ringer: The most fun pairings coming out of the NFL Draft.
Danny Kelly: There's a lot to like about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' defensive rebuild.
Mike Florio: The fraud lawsuit against New York Giants QB Eli Manning moves closer to trial.
Associated Press: The Giants decline the fifth year option on OT Ereck Flowers.
Associated Press: The Jacksonville Jaguars declined to exercise the fifth-year option in DE Dante Fowler's rookie contract.
Associated Press: The Pittsburgh Steelers have placed LB Ryan Shazier on injured reserve for the 2018 season to give him more time to recover.
Associated Press: The NFL players' union says former San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid filed a collusion grievance against the league.
Charlotte Observer: Carolina Panthers defensive backs coach Curtis Fuller resigns amid a complicated situation. ...Tha’ts a good observation.
Deadspin: Washington cheerleaders were told to serve as escorts for rich sponsors on an unsavory Costa Rica trip.
USA Today: NFL coaches see both a challenge and an opportunity in the implementation of the new helmet rule.
ESPN: Competition committee chairman Rich McKay said that proposed changes to the NFL's kickoff rules are designed to make it "much more of a punt play".
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