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New York Jets Flight Connections 09-11-13

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

Jeff Cumberland is not cumbersome in the Jets offense.
Jeff Cumberland is not cumbersome in the Jets offense.
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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters.  Today is 9-11, as you know.  Please take a moment to remember, and please enjoy your family and friends today.  Now here are your daily New York Jets links...

Greg Logan: The New England Patriots are impressed with Geno Smith.

Michael J. Fensom: In Geno's second start, the offensive line is looking to keep him on his feet.

Kimberley A. Martin: Santonio Holmes wants to increase his workload.

Charlie Frankel: Stephen Hill says that the receivers sent a message.

Mark Hale: It is a bad sign for Jeremy Kerley's health as the Jets add WR Ben Obomanu.

Kristian Dyer: The Jets are utilizing tight ends similar to the Patriots in years past.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Kellen Winslow is proving that he still has plenty left.

Fantasy Sharks: Winslow is a hot waiver-wire commodity.

Jets Insider: Troy Davis is on the practice squad.  But sometimes people think he is Demario Davis.

Randy Lange: Antwan Barnes recalls his first Tom Brady sack.

Darryl Slater: How will the Patriots deal with injuries to Danny Amendola and Shane Vereen?

Mark Cannizzaro: The timing is right for the Jets to take down the Patriots.

Rich Cimini: The Jets are not taking the depleted Patriots lightly.

Seth Walder: The Jets defense are in a hurry-up mode. The Patriots are not practicing for the Jets.  Practice?  You facing the Jets and you talking 'bout practice?

The Jet Press: Keys to victory.

_______key: Is 3rd and long Rex Ryan's Achille's heel?

Sander Philipse: Ode to Scott Salmon.

Jack'sAxe: Axe a Pats fan.  Go ahead, axe him a question.

PFT: LaDainian Tomlinson recalls Ryan pumping up the Jets.

SB Nation: The Atlanta Falcons worked out Mohamed Massaquoi.  I wonder if MoMa gave them a good exhibit.

Niners Nation: The San Francisco 49ers worked out OT Jason Smith.

National Football Post: The New York Giants tried out Aaron Maybin.

SI: Denver Broncos WR Wes Welker talks about QB Peyton Manning and defensive players faking injuries.

SI: Detroit Lions RB Reggie Bush and Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler benefit greatly from new wrinkles.

SI: The VP of officiating says that the key penalty in the Houston Texans at San Diego Chargers game shouldn't have been called.

AP: The New York Giants welcome back RB Brandon Jacobs.  Apparently, they never tried out Joe McKnight despite some reports.

AP: Chip Kelly wants the Philadelphia Eagles to be even faster.

AP: Ndamukong Suh is slapped with a $100K fine.

Nola Defender: Rob Ryan buys a round after the New Orleans Saints' win.

NFP: Free agents Tom Zbikowski and Brandon McDonald have been suspended.

Over the Cap: Official salary cap space update.

SB Nation: NFL power rankings.

OSN: Jon Gruden is still talking in the booth.

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

And here is a little montage of the Twin Towers that I put together:

Have a good day, everyone.