Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Today is Labor Day, so happy birthday to all the women in labor everywhere!
Thanks to everyone who voted for Sean C. He is now a finalist and will lead the J-E-T-S chant at one of the games at JetLife this year.
And while we're at it, thanks again to everyone who had voted for Beloved School everyday to get a free recycled playground this spring. It should be built sometime this school year, and I hope to share some pictures when it's done.
And on a serious note, thank you very much to all the unions and laborers who have fought for workers' rights throughout the years.
Now here are your daily New York Jets links...
The State: OL Dalton Freeman lands a roster spot.
Burlington County Times: OL Ben Ijalana gets a fresh start.
Ben Shpigel: WR Eric Decker's NFL rise began on the ball fields in central Minnesota.
Manish Mehta: WR David Nelson has his life breaking just right.
Brian Costello: OLB Jason Babin digs the rush he gets from the Rex's defense.
Darryl Slater: With cuts done, the Jets' secondary nears a brutal stretch against prolific offenses.
Bart Hubbuch: The Jets are cornering the market on mediocrity.
Rich Cimini: Assessing the Jets' options at cornerback.
Jack Dickey: Meet Jake Steinberg.
Sam Farmer: For first-year NFL coaches, the time to succeed is now.
Greg Gabriel: The Buffalo Bills' signing of veteran QB Kyle Orton means that QB E.J. Manuel better step up in a hurry.
Mike Reiss: Points to consider on the New England Patriots trading QB Ryan Mallett to the Houston Texans.
SB Nation: QB Alex Smith signs a four year contract extension with the Kansas City Chiefs.
AP: San Francisco 49ers OL Alex Boone agrees to a new two year deal.
AP: 49ers DE Ray McDonald has been accused of domestic violence.
Bangor Daily News: TE Matt Mulligan is on the Chicago Bears' final roster.
Time: Here is why we celebrate Labor Day.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed it.
Here is the thread about nothing.
It is after August, so here is something from "August and Everything After":
And here is a sweet September morning:
Well, folks, my love for you will still be strong after the boys of summer have gone:
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, everyone! Please drink responsibly. And even when sober, please do drive carefully.