Hey, there! Remember me? No, I was not suspended for tweeting that the practice report was sh--. Anyways, I'm back with your daily Jets links.
Kinda sad to hear that Royce Pollard has been released. I was rooting for him.
Here is a story by Brian "The Brain" Costello from a few months ago, on the new Jets executive Rod Graves.
Conor Orr: Rex Ryan and John Idzik test the Jets rookies' mental makeup.
Kimberley A. Martin: Idzik says that Josh Cribbs is not quite healthy yet.
Brian Costello: The Jets need to trade Mark Sanchez.
Tyson Rauch: Has Sanchez reached the point of no return?
Eric Allen: Geno Smith was sharp on rookie weekend.
Seth Walder: Geno could sign with Mike Tannenbaum's agency. He just tweeted a photo of him and Jay-Z, though.
Randy Lange: Brian Winters' team rules at a charity golf classic.
Bart Hubbuch: Oday Aboushi enjoys being a role model for the Palestinian-American community.
Seth Walder: Winters and Aboushi became pals in 2009.
Brian Costello: David Harris says that he must adjust after the Jets cleaned house on defense.
J.P. Pelzman: Rex is huddling with the defense.
AFC East Blog: Hope and concern for the Jets.
The Jet Press: A tale of two philosophies for the 2013 Jets offense.
Patch.com: The Jets helipad plan riles the neighbors. I would be upset, too. I mean, they're not the New York Choppers, right? They should be building a runway.
Over the Cap: The benefits of starting the young quarterback.
Star-Ledger: The Jets and Giants question the proposed connector on the former Xanadu complex.
Sports Illustrated: Buddy Nix steps down as the Buffalo Bills GM.
BuffaloBills.com: Mickey Shuler hopes to be all purpose.
Associated Press: Melvin Ingram tears a ligament in his knee.
USA Today: The Green Bay Packers want Brett Favre back in the family.
Sports Illustrated: Nobody balances need vs. value better than the Baltimore Ravens.
The Football Educator: 6 key foods to help regulate sleep. Do C towns keep you awake?
Bloomberg: Wall Street internships offer NFL players an option when the game ends.
New York Times: George Sauer, Jets receiver and rebel, is dead at 69.
New York Times: Jack Butler, undrafted Hall of Famer, dies at 85.
New York Times: Chuck Muncie, troubled NFL star, dies at 60.
And lastly, I'd just like to dedicate this song to Rich Cimini:
Happy Hump Day, Gang Green Gangsters! And good luck, RoPo!