New York Jets Flight Connections 08-03-13

The Star-Ledger-USA TODAY Sports

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

Up and at them, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...

James Walker: Geno Smith says that the read-option is a good weapon.

Mark Cannizzaro: Mark Sanchez will face his first test in tonight's scrimmage.

Brian Costello: Sanchez is ready to turn the page.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Sanchez and Smith are feeling good about the battle.

Seth Walder: Chris Ivory is still sidelined by his hamstring.

Kimberley A. Martin: Rex Ryan hasn't noticed a lack of depth at running back.

Rich Cimini: Ryan Spadola reflects on a racial slur incident.

Star-Ledger: C Dalton Freeman sustained a high ankle sprain. Brian Winters is getting comfortable.

Jets Insider: A leaner Jeff Cumberland fights for a starting spot. Sheldon Richardson works on the small things.

Randy Lange: David Harris likes what he sees from the run defense.

Mark Hale: Josh Bush is fine with his role as backup safety.

Jets Rant: Let the Jets chant come back organically by the fans. Otherwise, why not just blast a recording of it instead?

The Jet Press: What to watch for at tonight's Green and White game.

Infinite Jets: George Sauer's secret.

Conor Orr: Bill Parcells is remembered as a Jersey kid turned-legend. Just like me.

Bob Glauber: Parcells is humbled as he reflects on his Hall of Fame career.

Randy Lange: Top ten Parcells victories as Jets head coach.

Rich Cimini: Parcells' legacy with the Jets includes a "what if"? If ifs and nuts were candies and butts.

Tim Graham: Is Parcells a Hall of Famer if Scott Norwood's kick is good? I said, if ifs and nuts were candies and butts. That's like asking if Bill Belichick would have won without the tuck rule.

Palm Beach Post: Parcells' stint with the Miami Dolphins was hardly Hall-worthy. So that's not the reason he's being inducted?

New York Times: There is no mincing of words with Parcells.

NFC East Blog: Parcells says that the fear of success doomed Quincy Carter.

Kansas City Star: Three questions with Mike DeVito.

Verona Cedar Grove Times: Dan DePalma works to make the San Diego Chargers roster.

Democrat and Chronicle: Stevie Johnson suffers a hamstring injury.

Star Telegram: The condition of the Dallas Cowboys offensive line leaves Tony Romo likey sitting. But I thought Bill Callahan was the second coming of sliced bread?

USA Today: The Oakland Raiders signed Sebastian Janikowski through 2017.

USA Today: Austin Collie finds a job with the San Francisco 49ers.

USA Today: Baltimore Ravens CB Asa Jackson has been suspended 8 games for PED use.

USA Today: Jerry Rice doubts that the new format will save the Pro Bowl.

AP: The Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt feels healthy like it's 2011 again.

AP: Green Bay Packers LB A.J. Hawk shrugs off his pay cut.

Over the Cap: Summing up the best and worst contracts.

And here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them. Enjoy your weekend, everyone!

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