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Ben Shpigel: The Jets make a late punting switch.

Manish Mehta: Tim Tebow has been a resource for a Jets defense preparing for the Bills' single-wing.

Bob Glauber: Tebow is a wild card for the Jets in 2012.

Conor Orr: Konrad Reuland goes way back with Mark Sanchez.

Newsday: Joe Klecko says that Sanchez will be more of a leader.

Jets Twit: New season, new Nick Mangold.

Conor Orr: Brandon Moore donates backpacks and supplies to Newark school students.

Manish Mehta: Bilal Powell beats out Joe McKnight for the third-down running back.

The Warrior Beat: Practice squad players like Royce Pollard will earn $5700 a week.

Crackback: Dustin Keller and the 3-wide jumbo.

Crackback: Is Clyde Gates the next Victor Cruz?

Jets Insider: Undrafted rookie Damon Harrison finds a home with the Jets.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Marcus Dixon says that he's back.

Kimberley A. Martin: Yeremiah Bell's humble beginnings.

Rich Cimini: The Jets worked out two ex-Bills.

Eric Allen: Why no offensive lineman early in the draft?

Randy Lange: The opener hearkens back to the Jets' very first game.

Manish Mehta: A complete position-by-position breakdown of Gang Green.

Rich Cimini: Season preview of the Jets.

Brian Costello: Everything is going to be okay.

J.P. Pelzman: A look ahead at the Bills vs. Jets.

Associated Press: AP Pro32 comments about the Jets.

Old Prospects: A simpler look at more difficult stats.

STL Today: Wayne Hunter is relieved for a fresh start with the St. Louis Rams.

STL Today: Terrance Ganaway was heading to sign a practice squad contract when he decided to check with his agent.

USA Today: Santana Moss is not just an elder statesman for the Washington Redskins. Doug Marrone says that MetLife Stadium isn't anything like the old site.

New York Times: Players, coaches and fans must adjust to replacement refs.

Pro Football Talk: The NFL will use eight-official crews until the lockout ends.

The Hill: AFL-CIO head calls NFL replacement referees "scabs" and "incompetent".

Yahoo!: Drew Rosenhaus is scrutinized for his relationship with his former financial adviser.

CBS Press Express: CBS Sports adds renowned orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Neal Elattrache to "NFL on CBS".

Business Week: In stadium building spree, U.S. taxpayers lose $4 billion.

OSN: Kurt Warner is dropping by the Arizona Cardinals training camp to make sure the team is sitll using clean language.

You can be an intern at Deadspin.

And lastly, someone show JragonEyez some tailgaiting love.