Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...
Rex Ryan is looking forward to seeing Santonio Holmes play.
Rex wouldn't elaborate on Mark Sanchez's injury.
Willie Colon believes that Geno Smith can handle the spotlight.
Matt Simms was interviewed by ESPN Radio.
Brady Quinn wants to help however he can.
QB coach David Lee is familiar with Quinn.
VU Hoops notes that strength coach Justus Galac had been a good influence on Ben Ijalana in the past.
The Jets Blog scouts the bigger Ben.
The Jet Press shares highlights of Alex Green.
Dee Milliner says that he is perfectly fine and ready to play.
Damon Harrison has been working hard to earn a roster spot.
LaDanian Tomlinson will be featured in "A Football Life".
Jim Leonhard has reunited with Mike Pettine in Buffalo.
Dan Carpenter has signed on with the Buffalo Bills as well.
Matthew Mulligan may end up with the New England Patriots, and Tim Tebow's return is still possible.
Marquice Cole is back with the Pats.
Jason Smith visited with the Tennessee Titans.
Scott Fujita responds to the concussion settlement.
The Green Bay Packers have signed Seneca Wallace and released B.J. Coleman.
The Indianapolis Colts have added Da'Rick Rogers to da' practice squad.
Colts rookie John Boyett tried thought he wouldn't get arrested because he played for the team.
Over the Cap explains roster designations.
What happened in 1933 that changed football?
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
And now some Me First with a Carpenters cover:
Have a great day, everyone!