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New York Jets Flight Connections 08-04-13

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Mike Ehrmann

Good morning Gang Green Gangsters! I hope everyone is enjoying their weekend. Here are your daily New York Jets links for this wonderful Sunday...

Manish Mehta: Fans boo Mark Sanchez in scrimmage.

Mark Cannizzaro: Geno Smith's high school teacher knows that his former student is in the right mindset.

Ben Shpigel: At 29 and with his fifth team, Titus Ryan is hoping to finally stick. Bilal Powell makes a loud statement.

JetNation: Can Bilal be the #1 running back?

Rich Cimini: Powell and Greg McElroy sparkle. Does that sparkle with all the girls? Sunshine. Fullbacks Lex Hilliard and Tommy Bohanon fight it out.

Star-Ledger: Dee Milliner was in the the first-team nickel package.

Kimberley A. Martin: Antonio Cromartie comes to Mark's defense. The booing didn't sparkle with him.

Brian Costello: Quinton Coples is succeeding at learning to play outside linebacker.

Jets Insider: Green and white game reaction.

The Jet Press: Recap of the Green and White Game.

The Jets Blog: Scrimmage notes.

Star-Ledger: Mike Westhoff evaluates the team's prospects this season.

Bob Glauber: Bill Parcells left his mark on every player he coached.

Gary Myers: Parcells got emotional with a speech by Curtis Martin.

Art Stapleton: His Hall of Fame entrance is humbling for Bergen native Parcells.

Daily News: How Parcells went from Oradell to the Hall of Fame with the help of a coach.

USA Today: The little known connection between Parcells and Cris Carter.

Pro Football Focus: The best recent single games for guards. Brandon Moore makes the list.

Pro Football Focus: The best recent single games for offensive tackles. D'Brickashaw Ferguson makes the list. And so does Damien Woody, multiple times.

New York Times: The omission of Cincinnati Bengals' Ken Riley is a striking oversight.

AP: Moisture can't stop Peyton Manning in the Denver Broncos scrimmage.

USA Today: Justin Tuck is ready to wreak havoc again for the New York Giants. Justin, you wreak.

And here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.

And some Billy Joel as we get closer to the regular season:

Enjoy the rest of your weekend, folks!