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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Fourth of July...

Brian Costello: This is the year that QB Geno Smith answers or validates his critics.

Dom Cosentino: TE Jace Amaro helps the team get with the times.

Darryl Slater: The improved wide receiver group should boost their meager stats.

Christopher Nimbley: Depth chart breakdown of the offensive line.

The Jet Press: RB Chris Ivory and his big play in the 2013 game against the Carolina Panthers. S Dawan Landry thrives in his mentor role.

Turn On The Jets: Roster preview of LBs David Harris, Demario Davis, Nick Bellore and Jeremiah George.

ESPN: Insights on the AFC East.

NFP: Alan Faneca and six other players have filed an objection to the concussion settlement proposal.

AP: Miami Dolphins DE Dion Jordan has been suspended for 4 games by the NFL.

AP: Kansas City Chiefs OL Rokevious Watkins has been suspended 4 games.

PFT: Indianapolis Colts WR LaVon Brazill has been suspended for at least a year.

Deadspin: The NFL is dumping bad news while nobody is paying attention.

SB Nation: Some of the biggest names in the NFL have already been banned.

SB Nation: The Houston Texans are banking on RB Arian Foster finding his way back.

SI: Cleveland Browns WR Josh Gordon will have his suspension hearing in late July.

Over the Cap: New Orleans Saints TE Jimmy Graham's camp is all but out of options.

USA Today: The Baltimore Ravens comeback is expected after their playoff shortfall.

USA Today: Emmitt Smith says that running backs are undervalued in today's NFL.  Which is why the Jets have about two dozen of them.

Football Outsiders: How DVOA and strength of schedule play with each other.

SB Nation: Who will be the next Roger Goodell?

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

Here is the thread about nothing.

Now here is Neil Diamond with "Coming to America":

Thanks to fly14 for the suggestion, here is "American Music" by the Blasters:

I hadn't heard that one before, but I have heard this one by the Violent Femmes:

I love this song, U2's "Heartland":

And The Muffs' version of "Kids in America":

Have a great holiday, kiddos!  And please do not drink and drive.