Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links...
Deadspin: If the Jets are going down, they're taking the media with them. Bart Hubbuch causing a hubbub with Jason La Canfora.
Bob Raissman: Rex Ryan's press conferences could determine if he gets a TV gig next year. But he'll be too busy coaching the undefeated Super Bowl champion New York Jets. Woohoo!
Steve Serby: Matt Simms deserves a shot a his dream with the Jets. I can't believe the stadium was half empty, but I was there to witness the first NFL start for the soon to be undefeated Super Bowl winning quarterback. Woohoo!
Randy Lang: Several factors kept Geno Smith on the sideline.
SI: Mark Sanchez is not likely to be ready for Week 1. He didn't seem ready for Season 4 either. lololol
OSN: Sanchez lies awake at night wondering.
Manish Mehta: The Jets need Greg McElroy as a mentor. With all his experience as a starter in Marty Mornhinweg's system.
Ben Shpigel: The backups made a final push for roster spots.
Wall Street Journal: Young unknowns offer a reason for optimism.
Daily News: Kahlil Bell helped his chances with two touchdowns.
Darryl Slater: Ricky Sapp and Ryan Spadola made their case. A shout out to all the Lehigh fans who were at the game.
Darryl Slater: Dan Carpenter is experiencing the tenuous, late preseason life of an NFL kicker.
ESPN New York: Is the left guard job up for grabs?
SB Nation: Dee Milliner left the stadium with a walking boot.
Rich Cimini: The Jets have big questions at cornerback.
Brian Costello: The battle between Antonio Allen and Jaiquawn Jarrett are too close too call.
Michael J. Fensom: Three things learned from last night.
Mark Cannizzaro: Last night's game may have been the last for Tim Tebow.
National Football Post: The Chicago Bears worked out WR Jason Hill.
Titan Insider: Kevin Mawae says that the NFL got the clear victory in the concussion lawsuit.
New York Times: Explaining the NFL settlement.
SI: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tom Crabtree was carted off with a serious leg injury.
SI: New York Giants RB Andre Brown's injury is the result of Tom Coughlin's poor decision. But now he can focus on hitting homeruns for the Mets.
National Football Post: New England Patriots President Jonathan Kraft takes issue with Rolling Stone's Aaron Hernandez article. "Takes issue". Get it? Cos it's a magazine.
Buffalo Bills: Jairus Byrd seeks a second opinion on foot.
Canoe: Matt Leinart doesn't sound like he passed his audition.
USA Today: Minnesota Vikings FB Jerome Felton cried over his suspension.
USA Today: Evaluating every NFL quarterback with Google autocomplete.
Over the Cap: Nine teams need to make cap related moves.
Deadspin: The University of Hawaii's quarterback lays out a USC defender with a monster block.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
And I'm sorry but this has been stuck in my head:
Aloha Friday, everyone!