Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Let me whip out these New York Jets links for you this Wednesday...
Rex Ryan is not ready to name a starting quarterback for Saturday. Who wants to bet they'll announce it just before gametime.
Marty Mornhinweg wants big plays.
Marty says that he was trying to see what the other guys can do on offense, and not just Geno Smith.
Geno's ankle seemed a little better yesterday.
Kellen Winslow wants to ride his bicycle, he wants to ride his bike.
Michael Campbell is a cunning linguist.
Stephen Hill says that he doesn't drop balls. He just lets the ground catch it?
The Jets Blog shares a video interview with Jeremy Kerley.
JetNation looks into Joe McKnight's head injury.
Chris Ivory's hamstring is supposedly fine, although he probably won't play on Saturday.
Vladimir Ducasse wants to be flexible and versatile as he moves around the offensive line.
Nick Mangold thinks that the offensive line is deep. Or they're in it deep. Isn't it crazy to think that the same guy who drafted Nick and D'Brickashaw Ferguson also drafted Ducasse?
Rex Ryan believes Sheldon Richardson is a good fit for the Jets' multiple defense.
Dennis Thurman doesn't want Demario Davis to do too much too soon.
As a youngster, Antonio Garay was a fan of Wayne Chrebet.
Jason La Canfora sees Muhammad Wilkerson as a superstar. (h/t Dan)
Darryl Slater of the Star-Ledger (not to be confused with this guy) writes about Jaiquawn Jarrett trying to take advantage of his second chance.
George Willis doesn't think the Jets have any good fantasy players.
Drew Stanton explains why he decided not to stick around when the Jets signed Tim Tebow. I think he made the right decision.
Mike Pettine is moving to the sidelines as he calls defensive plays for the Buffalo Bills.
Kevin Mawae writes about interning under Doug Marrone.
Darrelle Revis might not play in the preseason.
Santana Moss agrees with Mike Shanahan about not playing Robert Griffin III.
Hugh Douglas is no longer with ESPN.
The Falcoholic wonders about how Bart Scott would fit with the Atlanta Falcons.
J.J. Watt wants to play some offense for the Houston Texans. And when he does, we'll have a spy ready for him.
The Indianapolis Colts have activated Ahmad Bradshaw and Pat Angerer. Don't make him angerer, you won't like him when he's angerer.
Apparently, someone accused Adrian Peterson of taking PEDs? A.D. thinks of it as a compliment.
Take a look at how much effort it takes to produce HBO's "Hard Knocks", although Cincinnati Bengals LB James Harrison is not a fan.
President Obama will honor the 1972 Miami Dolphins.
And now, some Billy Joel again:
Happy Hump Day, everyone!