Kristian Dyer: The Jets get feisty in a training camp brawl.
Ryan Alfieri: Why the Cortland Clash means nothing.
Rich Cimini: Mark Sanchez is showing signs of progress.
Jenny Vrentas: Sanchez is compensating for the depleted receiving corps.
Dave Caldwell: The fight at Jets camp drew Sanchez's ire.
Tara Sullivan: Mark's reaction to the brawl shows real leadership.
Tim Bontemps: Tim Tebow is lucky that yesterday's practice wasn't full contact.
Mike Lupica: The Jets are holding a three-ring circus, and Rex Ryan is the willing ringleader. You really have to read this column by Mike Loopyguy. It goes nowhere. It starts off about the fight, then goes on to say that happens all the time, then goes into Joe Namath's comments and Tebow.
Bob Raissman: Boomer Esiason should have intercepted his own comments on Tebow. Personally, I think too much attention has been paid to this. He is entitled to his opinion, and so are Tony Sparano and Mike Westhoff, who should have a better pulse on the team.
Doug Farrar: Boomer misses the point in his latest Tebow diatribe.
John Holt: Bilal Powell keeps making progress.
Lisa Zimmerman: Aaron Maybin is relaxed, comfortable and confident.
Eric Allen: Maybin and Yeremiah Bell will be live on NYJets.com later today.
Brian Costello: The Jets coaches are comparing LaRon Landry to Ed Reed.
Randy Lange: Looking back on Curtis Martin's Hall of Fame week.
Deadspin: Martin's Hall of Fame speech was actually pretty touching.
NYJ OTP: Hall of Fame recap.
New York Post: Plaxico Burress owes back taxes.
Shutdown Corner: Devin Thomas retires at the age of 25.
Shutdown Corner: The Seattle Seahawks will give Terrell Owens a chance to return to the NFL.
Mike Freeman: Players rip the replacement refs from the Hall of Fame game.
With all these concerns about the wideouts, here is the guy I'm rooting for to step up.
We've shared parts of Curtis's speech. Here now is the full version: