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Good morning, Jets fans! I hope everyone is enjoying the long Presidents Day weekend. Things are kind of slow for the Jets as free agency looms a few weeks hence. Rumors swirl and mock drafts proliferate but nothing much actually happens. Regardless, there’s always plenty to talk about. Here are your Jets links for today.

Matt Stypulkoski: Top offensive linemen for Jets to watch entering NFL Draft 2019

Daniel Kelley: PFF: Three free agent moves for the Jets

Sam Neumann: 6 perfect matches for the Jets in Free Agency

Vinnie Iyer: Best landing spots for Le’veon Bell

Alan Schechter: New York Jets Free Agent Profile: OLB Za’Darius Smith

Tyler Calvaruso: Should the Jets bring back Neal Sterling in 2019?

Tyler Greenawalt: Should the Jets re-sign free agent C Jonotthan Harrison?

Sam Neumann: Should the Jets re-sign free agent RB Bilal Powell?

Ted Berg: Why are the Jets the way they are?

Justin Fried: Ranking Mike Maccagnan's worst draft picks

Michael Henken: New York Jets 2019 NFL Draft Profile: Ole Miss WR A.J. Brown

Michael Henken: New York Jets 2019 NFL Draft Profile: Oklahoma WR Marquise Brown

Kristopher Knox: NFL Mock Draft 2019: Quinnen Williams to Jets

Collin Spence: New York Jets Rumor Mill

Dan Essien: Build the Offensive Line (For real this time)

Spencer Aber: Raiders hire former Jets OC John Morton

If you’re interested in chatting about things other than the Jets, stop on by the thread about nothing and introduce yourself.

Enjoy your holiday weekend everybody.

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