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IK is okay by me.
IK is okay by me.
Rich Schultz

Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...

NY Jets: The trip to Cortland is a nice change of scenery.

NY Jets: The Jets take the field in Day 1.

Busted Coverage: HC Rex Ryan was cruising down 7th Avenue in his Chico's Bail Bonds shirt.

AP: QB Geno Smtih was sharp in the first camp practice.

Steve Serby: QB Michael Vick's talent shines through with his new teammates.

Bob Glauber: Vick is ready to lend Geno his support.

Seth Walder: WR David Nelson is a believer in Geno.

Newsday: WR Eric Decker had a strong first practice.

Brian Costello: RB Chris Johnson caught on quickly during his first practice.

Darryl Slater: RG Willie Colon feels behind in building chemistry with RT Breno Giacomini.

Dom Cosentino: TE Jeff Cumberland and DE Jason Babin are expected to report today.

NY Jets: An impassioned huddle speech from LB Demario Davis.

The Ridgefield Press: LB Steele Divitto begins his quest to make the Jets roster.

Jane McManus: S Calvin Pryor said he was ready to hit but didn't want to hurt his teammates.

Randy Lange: CB Dexter McDougle wanted a pick, and he got it.

Turn On The Jets: Mythbusting CB Kyle Wilson's 2013 season.

Rich Cimini: The offense should be improved but not great.

Pandan112: Reasons to be optimistic.

Jets Insider: What we learned on Day 1.

The Jets Blog: What we say on Day 1.

The Jet Press: Notes from training camp.

JetNation: Training camp photos.

TWC News: Jets Fest is keeping kids happy during training camp.

Providence Journal: New England Patriots OL Coach Dave DeGuglielmo says he won't change the system.

Tahoe Daily Tribuine: LB Josh Mauga has signed with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Ohio.com: The Cleveland Browns have struck a deal with OLB Jamaal Westerman.

Vice Sports: Plaxico Burress on the gunshot that changed his life.

This Week News: Keith Byars, Matt Finkes and other NFL alumni swing into action for charity.

Fortune: In 1998, Alex Bernstein's internship with Morgan Stanley was arranged by the Jets.

SB Nation: The best quarterbacks of the 90s, according to rap lyrics.  Brett Favre and Vinny Testaverde are among them.

New York Post: Five questions with Charlie Casserly.

NFL Player Engagement: William Gay's tragic experience with domestic violence.

Pro Football Focus: Rookie impact on wide receivers.

Greg A. Bedard: The offensive lineman coaches clinic showed the camaraderie of the position group.

John Wawrow: NFL stadium sites were explored in Toronto.

Jack Bechta: NFL Conversations.

Ted Sundquist: 20 tips on how to become an NFL GM.

David Chao: Would you let your son play football?

OSN: Would you let your son play football?

MMQB: Wade Davis on building a friendship with New York Giants director of player personnel David Tyree.

PFT: Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning is disappointed that fans can't attend camp.

SB Nation: Seven Broncos looking to buck the competition.

SB Nation: Seven Kansas City Chiefs are set to lead in 2014.

SB Nation: When Washington owner Dan Snyder was a hero.

Deadspin: This was the line to buy Minnesota Vikings tickets.

Football Outsiders: What could have been with Seattle Seahawks WR Sidney Rice?

SB Nation: Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch will hold out of camp.

SB Nation: Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice and the real problem with the NFL's personal conduct policy.

Deadspin: Jacksonville Jaguars WR Justin Blackmon's arrest video features an obnoxious cop and handcuffs.

SI: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton has been cleared for all drills.

Awful Announcing: Bleacher Report's most poignant criticisms are now coming from within.

Here is info on the Jets cruise, if you're interested.

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

Here is the thread about nothing.

Here is Eric Allen's interview with the defensive linemen from last season.  I'm glad that these guys are still together.  Last year, they said they didn't care about nicknames because they felt they still had to earn it.  This year, I think they have to have a nickname.  What do you think, Gang Green Gangsters?  What should we call them?

I like "Sons of Anarchy" because it originated in the game thread of GGN:


DL Coach Karl Dunbar calls them the Wolves:


How about the Snack Exchange?  I can't find a good quality version of "Snack All Night", so here is "Foil" by "Weird Al" Yankovic:


Have a great weekend, everyone!