Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Brian Costello: Mark Sanchez won't blame Rex Ryan for his injury.
Jets Flight Deck: Rex's media life lies in John Idzik's hands.
New York Times: Mike Goodson will not contest his four-game suspension.
Randy Lange: The next leg of Goodson's journey.
Darryl Slater: Santonio Holmes isn't sure if he'll be ready for Week 1.
The Jet Press: The end of the Braylon Edwards era should mark the beginning of the Ryan Spadola era.
Matt Ehalt: Dee Milliner expects to play Week 1.
Pro Football Focus: The Jets at New York Giants game refocused.
Infinite Jets: Randy Rasmussen was known as Mr. Jet.
MMQB: The Stevie Brown and Dustin Keller injuries reinforce the need to pay players in the preseason.
Pro Football Talk: Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman's case for players to be paid in the preseason ignores the fact that they are.
USA Today: The NFL may prohibit direct hits to players' knees.
Post-Gazette: Pittsburgh Steelers S Ryan Clark gets defensive about low hits.
SI: Dallas Cowboys DT Jay Ratliff will start the season on the PUP list.
Rolling Stone: How Aaron Hernandez couldn't escape a life of violence.
MMQB: Trent Richardson first met Jamal Lewis in a Florida prison.
Football Perspective: Breaking down David Wilson's touchdown run against the Jets.
USA Today: Jairus Byrd feels hurt and disappointed by the Buffalo Bills. Byrd for Mark Sanchez?
Deadspin: A Denver sports reporter turns vigilante and defaces Joe Flacco banners.
Washington Post: The team released RT Jeremy Trueblood. Now he can focus on his HBO show.
Awful Announcing: Here's how the Daily News responded to Chris Christie. That meanie.
Michael Salfino: Although it's not the popular opinion, Tony Romo should be drafted ahead of Matthew Stafford and Andrew Luck.
Deadspin: 32 paragraphs about 32 NFL teams.
SB Nation: College football index.
OSN: The NFL seeks a restraining order against an intrusive Adam Schefter.
OSN: The nation feels awful for the woman who sits between Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith.
Al Jazeera: Genetically-modified salmon show behavioral differences from wild fish. Which one are you, Scott?
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
And here is the Keith Olbermann opening segment:
Happy Hump Day, everyone!