Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
Associated Press: DE Muhammad Wilkerson fully practices.
Hogs Haven: The Jets are getting high-impact DE Sheldon Richardson back off suspension.
NY Jets: HC Todd Bowles says that Richardson may start. Depends on what you mean by "start". Technically, the special teamers are the starters.
Darryl Slater: Bowles hints at how he might use Richardson.
Bob Glauber: DE Leonard Williams is happy that Washington passed on him.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: Williams wears a USC t-shirt in support of the program.
Randy Lange: TE Wes Saxton has been re-signed to the practice squad.
Steve Serby: RB Chris Ivory is running full speed ahead into the hearts of Jets teammates.
Seth Walder: WR Brandon Marshall calls Ivory the best running back in the NFL.
Randy Lange: Marshall says that the pass offense is a work-in-progress.
NY Jets: Marshall says that he is healthier and smarter.
NY Jets: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick says that they will definitely have their hands full.
Connor Hughes: The offensive line is keeping Fitzpatrick on his feet.
Kristian Dyer: More is expected of Fitzpatrick.
Kristian Dyer: QB Bryce Petty is confident that Washington QB Robert Griffin III can bounce back.
Kristian Dyer: ILB David Harris looks poised to return to the lineup in Week 6.
Kimberley A. Martin: CB Darrelle Revis is not concerned whether Washington WR DeSean Jackson plays.
Brian Costello: CB Dee Milliner, RB Stevan Ridley and Richardson are set to return to the Jets before the trade deadline.
Rich Cimini: Ten things to know about the Jets' next opponent.
Dom Cosentino: A quick guide to the Jets' upcoming opponent.
STATS: Washington at Jets preview.
Syracuse.com: S Durell Eskridge has been signed to the Arizona Cardinals practice squad.
Cleveland.com: The Cleveland Browns place LB Scott Solomon on injured reserve.
Davidson County Dispatch: S Josh Bush signs with the Buffalo Bills.
Associated Press: A neck injure lands Bills S Aaron Williams on short-term IR.
Associated Press: New England Patriots OL Nate Solder is placed on season-ending injured reserve.
Palm Beach Post: Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill is silent on the report that he cannot call audibles.
San Diego Union Tribune: QB Philip Rivers says that the crowd noise at the San Diego Chargers game was odd.
Football Outsiders: Film on Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota.
Football Insiders: Browns QB Josh McCown is having a career year.
USA Today: Dallas Cowboys QB Brandon Weeden is not pleased with being removed as the starter.
News Journal: The Philadelphia Eagles' defense is facing rejuvenated New York Giants QB Eli Manning.
Levi Damien: Oakland Raiders DE Justin Tuck's shoulder MRI is not good.
Uni-Watch: Pittsburgh Steelers RB DeAngelo Williams paints the NFL into a pink corner.
Behind the Steel Curtain: The NFL uniform policy is missing the point.
Associated Press: Two NFL players played with possible head trauma.
Pro Football Focus: Top ten defensive lines entering Week 6. No Jets included? That seems a little out of focus for me.
Pro Football Focus: Top ten NFL quarterbacks entering Week 6.
The Sports Quotient: Are rushing plays becoming more extreme?
Emily Kaplan: Atlanta Falcons RB Devonta Freeman has the grit to take on the world. But does he have the passion?
Danny Kelly: Who is RB David Johnson, and why is he scoring all the Cardinals' touchdowns? Iono.
Barry Wilner: Tall NFL receivers are a must these days.
Chase Stuart: The Chicago Bears highlight a week of comebacks.
Football Zebras: SJ Rob Vernatchi is suspended one game for missing a clock error.
New York Times: The NFL flags video sharing.
io9: Twitter can and will make GIFs disappear.
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