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New York Jets Flight Connections 08-12-13

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Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE

Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Monday...

George Willis: Rex Ryan can't afford not to pay attention to the offense this season.

Kimberley A. Martin: Rex reacts to criticism about missing Mark Sanchez's interception for a touchdown.

New York Times: The Jets don't pick a starter for the next game.

Star-Ledger: Geno Smith winces through practice on Sunday.

Trib Live: WVU players say that a lack of leadership ruined last season.  The implication is that Geno was to blame.

Manish Mehta: Letting Smith practice is a reckless call.

Randy Lange: Chris Ivory tirelessly works toward his return.

Rich Cimini: Ivory expects to play on Saturday.

AP: The Jets have released John Griffin and signed Kahlil Bell and WR Rahsaan Vaughn.

Star-Ledger: Lacking depth in the running game, the Jets want to eliminate penalties up front.

Star-Ledger: Joe McKnight returns to practice and offers few answers to questions.

The Jet Press: The Jets are in good hands with Marty Mornhinweg.

Jets Insider: Brian Winters is adjusting to life with the Jets.

Over the Cap: Is Santonio Holmes slowly rehabbing to prepare for free agency? Ben Obomanu puts his fire and fight on display. Quinton Coples says that the game is not too fast now.

Mike Sielski: Antwan Barnes has a one-track mind.

Brian Costello: Jaiquawn Jarrett is opening eyes with a strong training camp and a solide first preseason game.

Pro Football Focus: Jets at Detroit Lions refocused.

AP: The Buffalo Bills' rookies were impressive in their win over the Indianapolis Colts.

AP: The Tennessee Titans have signed Gary Guyton and Cory Lynch.

AP: The Cleveland Browns condemen Bernie Kosar's on-air comments about the St. Louis Rams.

AP: The San Francisco 49ers are still searching for receiving options.

USA Today: The New Orleans Saints want to stay balanced on offense.

Enjoy your week, folks.