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.
NYJets.com: Brian Winters is getting comfortable.
Jets Insider: A leaner Jeff Cumberland fights for a starting spot.
NYJets.com: 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!