Actions speak louder than words. CB Darrelle Revis expresses displeasure through his absence.
HC Rex Ryan is taking a wait-and-see approach before he reacts.
C Nick Mangold is taking a wait-and-see approach on whether he'll boycott as well.
GM Mike Tannenbaum says he wants to get Darrelle's deal done.
It may not be a coincidence that Revis chose yesterday to not show.
It's always interesting to see the official team website's take on the situation.
Lost in all this boycott hoopla is the news that RG Brandon Moore yesterday welcomed a baby boy. Congratulations!
QB Mark Sanchez has no swelling, ache or pain on his knee after workouts.
The Sanchise's health might make or break the season.
Dan Graziano says, don't rush the passer.
Manish Mehta thinks TE Dustin Keller will have a big year in 2010.
Rookie CB Kyle Wilson has had a smooth transition to NFL defense and punt returns.
MLB's perfect game that wasn't reminds us of the Jets play that helped install the NFL's video review process.
PIX-11 will broadcast the Thanksgiving night game locally.
More connections after the jump.
An anonymous opponent says the Jets are the team to watch.
Gang Green will bring in another kicker to compete with Nick Folk.
No $#!+. Duh!
OLB Jason Taylor is still appreciated by former teammates in Miami.
MVPGotham.com says the Jets were lucky that FS Marlin Jackson signed with Philadelphia.
Turn On The Jets wants Revis to get his money.
JerseyJetsFan lists five reasons to be worried.
Gang Green is the third most followed NFL team on twitter.
The Jets Flight Crew continues corresponding on the Aruba calendar shoot.
The NJ Governor wants to either fix or dismantle the NJSEA.
Former Jets OT Cornell Green will be the starting RT for Buffalo.
Buffalo is weak at quarterback.
New England is weak at OLB.
Miami is weak at safety. That doesn't mean they'll break the bank for S Oshiomugha Atogwe.
The New York Post reports from Thursday's OTA in Florham Park: