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Daily links to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.
Conor Orr: Mike Tannenbaum is working hard to find replacements for Santonio Holmes and Darrelle Revis.
Seth Walder: Rex Ryan ordered the first-team offense to practice against the first-team defense to improve both units.
Bob Glauber: Rex and Mike's partnership needs to win to survive.
Kevin Armstrong: Mike Pettine makes sure the quit quotes stick with the Jets.
Jane McManus: Tony Sparano isn't satisfied.
Mike Vorkunov: Mark Sanchez is confident that he will hold on to his starting job.
Star-Ledger: Sanchez gave a motivational speech to the Bernards High School football team.
Greg Logan: Chaz Schilens hopes to ease the pressure on Mark.
Kimberley A. Martin: Jeremy Kerley has a burning desire to succeed.
Manish Mehta: Tim Tebow is staying prepared even though he is not expecting to start.
Rich Cimini: Tebow doesn't look as spry with added weight.
Eric Allen: Kenrick Ellis is a bulldog in the middle.
Mike Sielski: Aaron Maybin is a sack specialist with no sacks.
Conor Orr: Antonio Cromartie is eager to prove himself versus Andre Johnson.
Mark Cannizzaro: The Jets are anxious to get back on the field.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: With the odds stacked, the Jets look to restore pride.
Brian Costello: The Jets gird for sack machine J.J. Watt. Is gird a word? Does everybody know about the gird?
Tara Sullivan: Brian Cushing has a headstrong will to deliver a team title.
ESPN Stats & Info offers three matchups to watch.
New York Times: Matt Schaub is getting harder to overlook.
NFL.com: The Jets hotly pursued Schaub in 2006.
USA Today: Arian Foster is not your typical running back.
Ultimate Texans: Ben Tate practices and should be ready for the Jets.
Jets Insider previews the game.
CBS Sports previews the game.
New York Times: Concussion prevention for child athletes.
Here is the JETway with Dan Vollmayer:
Enjoy your Sunday, Gang Green Gangsters. Apologies for being away for a while. I was busy working with Parker trying to foil Kubiak's plans.