Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
Dennis Waszak Jr: Marty Mornhinweg has a big task in preparing the offense.
Darryl Slater: Mornhinweg is conscious about not overloading Geno Smith.
Brian Costello: The Jets won't be dialing back the offense for Geno.
Matt Birch: Grading Geno's 2013 preseason play.
Ian Rapoport: Smith impressed the Jets in his second pre-draft meeting.
Bob Glauber: Brady Quinn still hasn't gotten over the tragic events of last December with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Kristian Dyer: Vladimir Ducasse has maybe finally arrived.
Matt Ehalt: Bilal Powell is honored to start.
Zach Braziller: Stephen Hill says that he wouldn't mind going after Darrelle Revis.
Michael J. Fensom: The Jets expect the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to target Dee Milliner.
Randy Lange: Garrett McIntyre says that it starts with stopping Doug Martin.
Kimberley A. Martin: Friends Damon Harrison and Kenrick Ellis are competing for the same spot.
ESPN NY: Muhammad Wilkerson says that they can rattle Josh Freeman. Like deadly snakes, death rattle shakes.
NYJets.com: Kickoff week rolls on.
Eric Allen: There are exciting changes to the Jets live programs.
Charlie Frankel: The Aviators drumline adds a new sound on gamedays. These guys are dangerous, but they can be my wingmen anytime.
JetNation: The Revis trade saves the Jets and ruins the Bucs.
The Jets Blog: Tony Richardson calls in to the podcast.
The Mighty 1090: Podcast with Danny Woodhead and Kevin O'Connell.
Deadspin: Playboy's candid conversation with superswinger Joe Namath.
National Football Post: The New England Patriots have cut Matthew Mulligan. He is stuck in a holding pattern.
Pro Football Talk: Danny Amendola says that he is ready to go.
Pro Football Talk: Channing Crowder says that Ricky Williams smoked weed before games.
AP: Ed Reed could play for the Houston Texans in their opener.
AP: The Chicago Bears OLs Kyle Long and Jordan Mills face a big test. But they've got Matt Slauson to help them out.
CSN Bay Area: RB Anthony Dixon turned down $24,000 from Nnamdi Asomugha for the number 24. I liked his reasoning for it, actually.
SI: The NFLPA has partnered with Uber for a player ride-sharing program.
SI: The NFL sends a memo warning against faking injuries.
SI: The NFL says that read-option quarterbacks can be tackled without the ball.
MMQB: The 2013 NFL game broadcast guide. Mets fans will see a familiar face, as Kevin Burkhardt will announce the opener.
OSN: Ten places you have to see a football game.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
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And this Me First cover of "Have You Never Been Mellow" is for Ricky Williams:
Have a great weekend, everyone!