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New York Jets Flight Connections 08-11-13

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Good news, Gang Green Gangsters!  It looks like Geno Smith is practicing today, even though some beat writers may have told you otherwise.

The Jet Press compares Geno and Mark Sanchez's performance on Friday.

NY Jets Cap shares postgame thoughts.

NY Jets Draft shares postgame thoughts.

The Jets Blog wishes that John Griffin gets well.

The team will be looking at former Rutgers FB Joe Martinek.

The team made plenty of mistakes on Friday, although the defense was all right.

Rich Cimini wonders whether Santonio Holmes is milking it.

Seth Walder observes that the offensive line had a tough time.

Manish Mehta states that the honeymoon is over for John Idzik because he signed David Garrard and that will mean Rex Ryan will be fired because Chris Ivory is injury prone, as well as Braylon Edwards and Kellen Winslow, and where the heck is Mike Goodson?

Mike Sielski wrote about Marty Mornhinweg and his sons.

Brian Costello thought Dee Milliner was still a little rusty.

NFL Philosophy takes a look at the Miami Dolphins at Jacksonville Jaguars preseason game.

Rob Turner is fighting for chance to be the starting center for the Tennessee Titans.  Whatever happened to Eugene Amano?

Manti Te'o will be sidelined for a week with a foot sprain.

AP: EJ Manuel may get a crash course against the Indianapolis Colts.

AP: For the Dallas Cowboys, the California camp is a treat for fans.

AP: The NFL won't let Robert Mathis wear a special face mask.

Deadspin: Rob Ryan is large and in charge.

Baltimore Sun: The Baltimore Ravens will sign Brandon Stokley.

SI: Jeff Fisher is upset with Cleveland Browns broadcaster Bernie Kosar.  Bernie had some interesting quotes regarding the St. Louis Rams and Kellen Clemens.

USA Today: A new Ndamukong Suh gives the Detroit Lions a reason to be optimistic.  Where's the old one, and can we have it?

USA Today: The Philadelphia Eagles must get their arms around tackling concepts.

New York Time: Andy Reid and Alex Smith believe they can help each other start over with the Kansas City Chiefs.

And now some Nirvana:

Here are yesterday's New York Jets links, in case you missed it.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend, folks!