Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Monday...
George Willis: Rex Ryan can't afford not to pay attention to the offense this season.
Kimberley A. Martin: Rex reacts to criticism about missing Mark Sanchez's interception for a touchdown.
New York Times: The Jets don't pick a starter for the next game.
Star-Ledger: Geno Smith winces through practice on Sunday.
Trib Live: WVU players say that a lack of leadership ruined last season. The implication is that Geno was to blame.
Manish Mehta: Letting Smith practice is a reckless call.
Randy Lange: Chris Ivory tirelessly works toward his return.
Rich Cimini: Ivory expects to play on Saturday.
AP: The Jets have released John Griffin and signed Kahlil Bell and WR Rahsaan Vaughn.
Star-Ledger: Lacking depth in the running game, the Jets want to eliminate penalties up front.
Star-Ledger: Joe McKnight returns to practice and offers few answers to questions.
The Jet Press: The Jets are in good hands with Marty Mornhinweg.
Jets Insider: Brian Winters is adjusting to life with the Jets.
Over the Cap: Is Santonio Holmes slowly rehabbing to prepare for free agency?
NYJets.com: Ben Obomanu puts his fire and fight on display.
NYJets.com: Quinton Coples says that the game is not too fast now.
Mike Sielski: Antwan Barnes has a one-track mind.
Brian Costello: Jaiquawn Jarrett is opening eyes with a strong training camp and a solide first preseason game.
Pro Football Focus: Jets at Detroit Lions refocused.
AP: The Buffalo Bills' rookies were impressive in their win over the Indianapolis Colts.
AP: The Tennessee Titans have signed Gary Guyton and Cory Lynch.
AP: The Cleveland Browns condemen Bernie Kosar's on-air comments about the St. Louis Rams.
AP: The San Francisco 49ers are still searching for receiving options.
USA Today: The New Orleans Saints want to stay balanced on offense.
Enjoy your week, folks.