Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Jenny Vrentas: Ten things Rex Ryan thinks.
Manish Mehta: Playoffs or not, Ryan's job appears safe for now.
Rich Cimini: Ryan will do it his way in 2013.
Brian Costello: Rex and Mark Sanchez's partnership is likely to end after the season.
Over the Cap: One last look at Geno Smith's contract.
Associated Press: Quarterbacks are the talk as Jets camp begins.
The Jet Press: Things to watch at camp that are not quarterback related.
Eric Allen: Bilal Powell and Mike Goodson could be key in the passing game.
Nevada Appeal: Josh Mauga prepares for his 4th year in the NFL.
Jets Rant: Antonio Cromartie reenters the Twittersphere.
NY Jets Draft: Training camp preview of the cornerbacks.
ESPN New York: Camp preview.
The Record: Camp preview.
Ithaca.com: Gang Green returns to Cortland.
Wall Street Journal: The many, many questions facing the Jets.
New York Times: Friends and family described George Sauer, Jr. as a man who had a story to tell but never got the chance to.
Black Shoe Diaries: Penn State vs. Maryland, 1989. Blair Thomas was part of this game.
Bob Glauber: So far so good for Darrelle Revis.
Barry Wilner: Where, if anywhere, will unemployed veterans land?
Dave D'Allesandro: The NFL sees the needle and the damage to come from HGH testing.
Buffalo News: Mike Pettine blazes a different trail than his famous coaching father.
Buccaneers.com: Peyton Hillis joins the Tampa Bay Buccaneers backfield.
The Sporting News: Art Monk and Darrell Green said that changing the Washington Redskins' name should be considered.
MMQB: James Harrison flew in to Cincinnati looking for a lifeline.
Associated Press: Mike Brown wants to change the Cincinnati Bengals' image.
Associated Press: Joe Flacco is feeling no pressure after the Super Bowl win.
Associated Press: NFL players and coaches feel the pinch of practice.
Associated Press: Hawaii is open to a Pro Bowl deal that is flexible on location.
Star-Ledger: An ex-trooper describes high-speed escorts of sports VIPs including Jerry Jones and Brandon Jacobs.
And here are yesterday's links in case you missed them. Happy Hump Day, everyone!