As the Jets' head coaching search hits full swing, Mike McCarthy finally had his day with the New York front office. In many people's opinions, the former Packers head coach entered the offseason as the most-qualified candidate for any of the seven openings, not including Green Bay's of course. McCarthy had nine winning seasons with the Packers and a Super Bowl victory in 2011. He also gets credit for helping to reinvent Brett Favre in a lot of ways as well as grooming eventual two-time MVP Aaron Rodgers.

Also through the Jets' doors so far are former Dolphins head coach Adam Gase and Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. That's the short list so far with others expected to be in the mix although it doesn't appear Kliff Kingsbury will get his chance. USC is reportedly denying NFL teams the access to their new offensive coordinator.

As for the Giants' offseason, Eli Manning remains the focus after a somewhat ambiguous press conference from general manager Dave Gettleman. Thankfully, SNY's Ralph Vacchiano is here to help us make sense of it all: