Good morning, Gang Green Nation! I hope you’re all having a great start to the day. Special thanks for Mr. Wells for holding down the FC’s during my absence. As Free Agency officially begins today, Joe Douglas has already started to put together pieces to help solidify the O-Line. During the 1st day of legal tampering they agreed on terms with former Seahawks’ T/TE George Fant. They continued adding pieces on Day 2 yesterday by re-signing G Alex Lewis and coming to terms with former Broncos’ C Connor McGovern. Other big news regarding Free Agency is that Tom Brady is no longer in the division and the Jets now have a chance to take over the AFC East. Whether or not this is possible under Gase remains to be seen, but at least they now have a chance. GGN will have updates for you as Free Agency chugs along. With that, here are your links to the Jets to start off your day.
Dylan Price - Recapping the New York Jets' first day of free agency
Alex Smith - Jets agree to terms with C Connor McGovern on three-year deal
Scott Thompson - Jets agree to three-year deal with free agent OL Alex Lewis
Ethan Greenberg - Jets Agree to Terms with G Alex Lewis
Brian Costello - NFL free agency: Jets signing OL Alex Lewis
Rich Cimini - Jets continue to address O-line, agree to deals with Connor McGovern and Alex Lewis
Scott Thompson - Why the Jets' $30 million signing of George Fant isn't as rich as you think
Geoff Magliocchetti - The New York Jets Free Agency Positional Needs, Ranked
Geoff Magliocchetti - Five Potential New York Jets Salary Cap Cuts
Tyler Greenawalt - 2 years later, Jets’ draft trade for Sam Darnold still worth it
Ralph Vacchiano - What Tom Brady's Patriots departure means for Jets and rest of AFC East
Danny Abriano - With Tom Brady leaving Patriots, here are Jets' updated odds to win AFC East
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Here’s the thread about nothing, make sure to check it out!
I hope you all have a safe and wonderful rest of the day!
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