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

Kristian Dyer: Fireman Ed leads the J-E-T-S chant at a charity event.

Darryl Slater: DL Leger Douzable says that HC Todd Bowles is more of a stern guy.

The Jets Blog: What kind of impact can DC Kacy Rodgers have under Bowles?

Daily News: QB Geno Smith was booed at a New York Yankees game and won't talk about RG Willie Colon.

ESPN: Geno must learn to handle the Porsche on bumpy roads.

Washington Times: QB Michael Vick feels that he can still be a starter in the NFL.

Hartford Courant: San Francisco 49ers DC Eric Mangini is among those giving something back.

David Chao: Is there something wrong with San Francisco's water?

Aaron Wilson: Referee Bill Leavy is shifted to supervisor.

Mike Florio: A new HBO series uses NFL team names and logos without NFL consent.

Alex Marvez: The fantasy football convention in Las Vegas is still on, testing NFL rules. Fantasy will be reality.

Deadspin: The NFL called players' parents to stop the fantasy football convention.

Pro Football Focus: Defensive prototypes for the 1-technique.

Boston.com: New England Patriots S Devin McCourty doesn't want to go back to playing cornerback.

Steelers Depot: The linebacking corps looks to be the strongest asset of the Pittsburgh Steelers 2015 defense.

Associated Press: Steelers WR Martavis Bryant is looking for a breakout 2015.

Associated Press: The Cleveland Browns acquire P Andy Lee from the 49ers.

USA Today: Though loaded with potential, the Indianapolis Colts are also in a win-now mode.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday the other day.

Here is the thread about nothing.

How about some Billy Joel:

Sorry I wasn't able to post yesterday. I was busy working on my show about stealthy assassins, called "Silent But Deadly". (The studios rejected my Rex Ryan biopic called "Loud But Harmless".)