Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Pat Kirwan observes Jets camp.
Dennis Waszak Jr. finds less distractions this year at Cortland.
Rex Ryan wants his young players to lead.
Bill Parcells has given Rex advice in the past.
Geno Smith wants to be like Mike.
Jarrett Bell believes that Mark Sanchez won't be the starter.
D'Brickashaw Ferguson is ready to block for whomever starts.
Greg McElroy seems pretty happy with his role, and likes Marty Mornhinweg.
Sanjay Lal seems happy with Stephen Hill so far.
Antonio Cromartie is keeping the young corners in line.
Check out the dorm rooms of Antonio and Geno, as well as other players.
The Ocala Star Banner writes about hometown boy Antonio Allen. Based on math, this would be his second year in the league, unless you're writing from the future.
Michael Salfino finds that cornerbacks are important in this defense.
Demario Davis continues to learn the defense and hopes to be able to lead.
Calvin Pace feels rejuvenated with all the young players around.
Nick Folk is expecting twins. Congratulations! I'm sure you can really feel them kick.
Curtis Martin will be on "CenterStage" on the YES Network.
Pro Football Focus presents their lists of best recent fullback regular seasons. Of course, Tony Richardson makes the list.
The Green Bay Packers are continuing to work on their relationship with Brett Favre.
It looks like the New England Patriots mainly want Leon Washington to return kicks.
Danny Woodhead is using his size to his advantage with the San Diego Chargers.
Jim Leonhard hasn't let his small size keep him down through the years, and he hopes to keep his career going with the New Orleans Saints.
James Ihedigbo is competing with Matt Elam, the brother of Abram Elam, for Baltimore Ravens safety.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed CB Ryan Steed, a Jet for a brief period.
The offensive linemen for the San Francisco 49ers are a close group. This includes former Jet Jonathan Goodwin, who I always wished we could have kept somehow.
I blame Doug Marrone for bringing him to the New Orleans Saints. Speaking of, the new head coach seems to be having trouble with the pressures of the Buffalo Bills media market.
Jenny Vrentas shares an update on Brian Cushing's rehab from his knee injury.
The New York Times lists some players you may not want on your fantasy team.
New York Times: The one day contract is a last hurrah for athletes.
New York Times: Television pioneer Steve Bornstein will step down next year from the NFL Network.
AP: Lamar Miller is ready to emerge as the Miami Dolphins' top running back.
AP: Matt Flynn looks increasingly like a starter with the Oakland Raiders.
AP: Tony Romo is working his way back, even in light practice.
USA Today: Dick LeBeau's next task is to build a Steelers defense to stop the option.
And lastly, again, please try to keep random comments in the Thread About Nothing. It's a great way to get to know the other members of this wonderful community. You can just talk about random stuff, like for example my little boy this morning called his cereal porn cops. Now, isn't that random?
Anyways, here is 311 with "Random":
Have a happy hump day, everyone! I'm off to write my next screenplay called "Porn Cops". Whatcha gonna do when they come for you?