Owner Woody Johnson was honored last night by the 9/11 Memorial Group.
HC Rex Ryan: We don't make excuses; all we do is produce.
The last episode of "Hard Knocks" airs tonight.
Here is DT Kris Jenkins and what you didn't see on the show.
CB Darrelle Revis was in Livingston Mall yesterday.
The shutdown corner now needs to prove his worth.
Pick on Revis, and he might pick you off.
Darrelle's family speak about the holdout.
Andrew Brandt looks into the new deal.
Rich Cimini looks ahead to the future with Revis and the Jets.
Ryan's son became friends with the son of Darrelle's agent.
Revis Island draws major interest.
As mentioned before, rookie CB Kyle Wilson benefitted from Darrelle's absence.
The Predator watched the Boise State game.
Sanchise explains how he is going to assert himself this year.
Green Lantern wonders whether Mark will show poise this season.
More connections after the jump.
RG Brandon Moore, TE Dustin Keller and WR Jerricho Cotchery each have upcoming community events.
FB Tony Richardson understands his best chance is with Gang Green.
The Chadron Record writes about local hero RB Danny Woodhead.
WR Larry Taylor will make more money on the Jets practice squad than with the CFL.
Manish Mehta analyzes each position on the team.
Gary Myers compares the two New York teams.
Taxpayers are still paying for the old Giants Stadium.
The official team website explains PSLs.
Former Jets CB Ray Mickens will be in the Texas A&M Hall of Fame.
In case you missed it, check out Martin Roche's blog on Ray Ray and jersey number 24.
Jets great DE/DT/NT Joe Klecko will be at Gary Vaynerchuk's Wine Library.
The Huffington Post endorses the team's branding with Jets Uncorked.
The commemorative wine will be available at Gary's Wine & Marketplace.
Gang Green will have a facebook app for fans.
The Onion: Commissioner Roger Goodell urges the Jets to be more sensible.
TheDay.com explains the practice squad process.
NFL fans in the UK will be able to watch the Jets season opener.
Cincinnati WRs Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens speak about the suspension of WR Santonio Holmes.
The Fifth Down guides us through NFL defenses, part 3.
Did you know you can learn science through football?