New York Jets Flight Connections 08-23-13

Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Daily links to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Happy Aloha Friday!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...

Gary Myers: The Jets are practically pleading with Geno Smith to provide them with an escape clause.

Justin Terranova: Bill Cowher says that the Jets should make Mark Sanchez the starter.  Agreed.  He can come over and start my car in the winter.

Steve Serby: The Jets need to decide soon.

Bob Glauber: The idea is to get it right.  Like I always say, patience comes to those who wait.

Darryl Slater: Marty Mornhinweg and David Lee break down Sanchez vs. Smith.  Nobody does it like David Lee.

AP: The Jets' media training would have been better spent on tackling dummies.

AP: The Jets have signed Mohamed Massaquoi.

Seth Walder: Braylon Edwards' roster spot is in jeopardy.

Jeane Coakley: Q&A with Ben Obomanu.

Rich Cimini: Jeff Cumberland is ready for a breakout.

Idaho Statesman: Patience is the only option with Santonio Holmes.  Like I always say, patience comes to those who wait.  See?  I said it again. The tough front five is ready for a giant test.

Brian Lewis: Nick Folk and Billy Cundiff are locked in a battle to be the Jets' kicker.

Eric Allen: Garrett McIntyre is feeling right at home.

Darryl Slater: Antonio Cromartie bemoans the elimination of two-a-days.

Jets Insider: Training camp update.

Big Blue View: Five questions with GGN.

Tom Rock: The Jets at Giants game lacks the sizzle of past preseasons. The Jets announce the 2013 Kickoff Week Festivities. Former New Jersey players currently in NFL training camps. New Orleans Saints WR Nick Toon aims to follow in his father Al Toon's footsteps.

Houston Chronicle: Ed Reed will be evaluated by a surgeon in the last stage of his rehab.  And Wade Smith will practice next week.

SI: Owen Daniels is in the prime of his career for the Houston Texans.

SI: Luke Kuechly and Reggie Bush shined in preseason action.

Yahoo!: Tim Tebow's days with the New England Patriots may be coming to an end as he gets no playing time.  Obviously, you haven't heard of the secret Tebow package.

USA Today: The Detroit Lions' Willie Young gave Tom Bradyfinger in the face during their game.

USA Today: Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco found security in Brandon Stokley during their loss.

USA Today: Carolina Panthers RB Armond Smith was ejected for kicking an opponent in the groin.

USA Today: Robert Griffin III will pay $10,000 for wearing illegal clothes.

Over the Cap: A thorough look at Sean Lee's contract with the Dallas Cowboys.

Miami Herald: Concern grows about Dion Jordan missing the opener.

Bucs Nation: The Josh Freeman question.

AP: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers diagnosed two players with MRSA infections.

AP: Gregg Williams is keeping a low profile coaching the Tennessee Titans.

AP: Marc Edwards took the witness stand in an Afghan massacre case.

SI: Terrell Owens is suing Drew Rosenhaus.

SB Nation: A former NFL linebacker explains why he is satisfied with what the league is doing to care for players.

New York Times: NFL pressure is said to lead ESPN to quit a concussion film project.

AP: The Congress could intervene on HGH testing in the NFL. The Super Bowl Host Committee announced the "Join the Huddle" mobile tour.

Jets Rant: Four technologies to check out for the 2013 NFL season.
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