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New York Jets Flight Connections 08-16-13

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Daily links to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

Howard Smith-US PRESSWIRE

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

NYJets.com: 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.

NYJets.com: Exclusive video of Dennis Thurman mic'd up.

NYJets.com: Sheldon Richardson is ready for his new home.

NYJets.com: Antwan Barnes' prime objective is to get the quarterback.

NYJets.com: 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.