Jets players find training camp at Cortland a good experience.
It seems like Gang Green has taken care of that other C-word: chemistry.
DT Kris Jenkins has been having a stress-free camp.
HC Rex Ryan states that QB Mark Sanchez is the most improved Jet.
John Clayton thinks Sanchise will be more successful than QBs Matthew Stafford and Sam Bradford despite being of the opinion that Mark is less talented.
Even with checkdowns, Sanchez will be giving the ball to playmakers.
Martin Roche writes about WR Laveranues Coles' recent number switch.
S James Ihedigbo aka Dig and no longer aka King Ugly is "a ball of ferociousness".
NFPost recommends ILB David Harris as an independent defensive player.
OLB Jason Taylor answers twenty questions.
OLB Calvin Pace shares some advice for WR Santonio Holmes about not playing for the first four games.
Rich Cimini reviews tape and confirms that Tone and the other receivers had interchangeable roles.
Those receivers include running backs.
RBs LaDainian Tomlinson and Joe McKnight ate at the Tick Tock Diner after the MNF game.
LT is not taking former Jets RB Thomas Jones' role, but former Jets RB Leon Washington's, catching passes out of the backfield.
"Hard Knocks" recaps and more connections after the jump.
The rookie didn't watch episode 2 of "Hard Knocks".
Little Leon is recovering ahead of schedule, by the way.
You can check out the show at the HBO website.
CB Antonio Cromartie says HBO asked him to pause as he named his kids.
The New York Times reviews episode 2.
SBNation New York reviews episode 2.
ESPN New York reviews episode 2.
Pats Pulpit reviews episode 2.
Yahoo! Sports reviews episode 2.
Star-Ledger beat writer Jenny Vrentas reflects on the show and confirms that "what you see is really what you get with Ryan".
Sports Illustrated writes that "Hard Knocks" is "The Summer's Best @#$%! Comedy".
Deadspin has a graph of Ryan's swearing from the first episode.
Along with the recent bloody play against Giants QB Eli Manning, this slideshow includes two Jets losing their helmets during the game, SS Jim Leonhard and RB Danny Woodhead.
SBNation New York's Rodger Sherman finds it hard not to be excited about the Jets.
The Bergen Record's JP Pelzman reports on the left guard competition.
CB Brian Jackson aka Brain aka King Ugly was tied to a goal post yesterday.
It seems like LB Brashton Satele was finally back in practice.
Randy Lange writes that question marks will become exclamation points for special teamers.
San Diego's DBs don't miss the Cro.
Former Jetskin G Randy Thomas has signed with Miami.
Former NFL HC Jimmy Johnson admires Rex.
Pro Interviews shares his Press Pass Experience.
The Onion writes about closeted individuals trying to make the league.
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