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New York Jets Flight Connections 08-16-13

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Up and at them, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday... The ultimate Jets training camp highlight.

Rich Cimini: A look back at Cortland.

Manish Mehta: John Idzik's plan is already in shambles.

Mike Sielski: Rex Ryan and Marty Mornhinweg are the offensive odd couple.

Kimberley A. Martin: Mark Sanchez will start the second preseason game.

George Willis: With Geno Smith in hell, it's time to go with Sanchez. So it was a cold day in Cortland, and Smith was in hell, therefore it was a cold day in hell when Sanchez got the start.

Jeane Coakley: Q&A with Tommy Bohanon. T-Bo mania. Exclusive video of Dennis Thurman mic'd up. Sheldon Richardson is ready for his new home. Antwan Barnes' prime objective is to get the quarterback. Dawan Landry and Bilal Powell don the GoPros.

New York Times: After the Jets lose LaRon Landry, Dawan steps in as a leader.

NY Jets Draft: 53-man roster projection.

New York Times: The CBS blackout on Time Warner Cable may last until the NFL season.

AP: Jonathan Vilma is having minor surgery.

SI: Aaron Rodgers speaks his mind about Brett Favre and other things.

Big Cat Country: The Jacksonville Jaguars will start Blaine Gabbert.

OSN: Massachusetts is evacuated to prevent any contact with Tom Brady's knee.

SB Nation: Many former Olympians have tried to make it in the NFL.

SI: The San Francisco 49ers defense is eager to face Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith.

USA Today: Detroit Lions LB DeAndre Levy spent his vacation eating rats.

USA Today: Bernie Kosar refuses to apologize for criticizing the St. Louis Rams. After reading this response from Dawgs By Nature, I Ko-sign that decision.

AP: Jake Long is set to cut loose for the Rams. He's gonna make them lose their blues and kick off their Sunday shoes.

AP: Sean Payton is pleased to see Dennis Allen on the opposite sideline.

AP: The final hurdle to testing players for HGH involves the appeals process.

SI: 83 more former NFL players add names to the concussion lawsuit.

Have a great weekend, everyone! You folks are all right. You can be my wingman anytime.