Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! I hope you're all enjoying your weekend. Here are your daily New York Jets links...
Deadspin: It's only a matter of time before New York turns on Geno Smith. The article glosses over some things and oversimplifies but I do agree that through the years that the Jets have been good but not enough, the one constant has been the owner.
New York Times: The Jets' future seems haunted by their checkered past.
New York Post: Matt Simms took time for a Q&A.
ESPN: Greg McElroy can return on injured reserve if he clears waivers.
Star-Ledger: Seven years after his father's suicide, Ryan Spadola realizes their NFL dream.
Newsday: Veteran DL Leger Douzable thinks that the Jets' system is made for him. He took a look at the playbook and thought, that's Douzable. Very douzable.
The Jet Press: Thoughts on the roster.
The Jets Blog: Potential moves for the Jets?
Pro Football Focus: Philadelphia Eagles at New York Jets game refocused. Ricky Sapp gets the game ball.
The Advocate: Jonathan Vilma could return for the New Orleans Saints opener.
OSN: Your guide to Tim Tebow's future.
ESPN: Lawrence Tynes will fight the Tampa Bay Buccaneers over his roster designation.
Deadspin: Keith Olbermann annihilates Pete Prisco's column.
And now, some Neil Diamond: