Good morning, GGN! A small step on the long road back from COVID-19 lockdown emerged recently as the NFL has issued guidelines for the re-opening of NFL facilities. As long as state and local authorities permit it and the NFL guidelines are followed, NFL teams may begin opening their facilities starting May 19. Coaches and players will not be permitted on site (other than players using the facilities to rehab injuries), so this is just a tiny step back, but at least we have the first glimmer of hope for the 2020 NFL season. Unfortunately for the local teams, even this small step will not be taken yet by the Jets and Giants, as the state and local authorities will not permit it. Hopefully conditions will improve enough that additional steps forward can soon be announced for all NFL teams.
Here are your links to the Jets this glorious Saturday in May:
Eric Allen, Ethan Greenberg, Olivia Landis and Randy Lange - What Has Been the Most Under-the-Radar Storyline of the Jets’ Offseason?
Olivia Landis - Jets Rookie Mekhi Becton Aspires to Be Best Tackle in the NFL
Manish Mehta - Jets’ Steve McClendon is ‘just dedicated to the game’
Justin Melo - Why Jets fans should be excited about Mekhi Becton
Tyler Calvaruso - Jets QB Sam Darnold to be interviewed by Tony Romo for CBS
Andy Greder - Former UMN Gophers linebacker Blake Cashman knows he belongs.
Spencer Aber - Jets’ Jamal Adams says he’ll break safety sack record
Sam Neumann - Free agent CB Logan Ryan: Jets make sense, but ‘I’m open for business’
Glenn Naughton - Garafolo: Jets Still Showing Interest in Jason Peters
Alexander Trataros - New York Jets: Should the team move on from Jamal Adams?
Justin Fried - NY Jets: 5 veteran backup quarterbacks still on the market
Justin Fried - NY Jets shouldn't pay Logan Ryan his reported asking price
Angelina Rizzo - NY Jets: Grading and analyzing Sam Darnold's 2019 season
Alexander Wilson - New York Jets: 3 free agent cornerbacks to consider adding for competition
Sam Neumann - Jets uniforms ranked dead last in NFL by Complex
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Enjoy the day everybody.
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