Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Sunday...
Randy Lange: The Jets move 22 to reduce the roster to 53 players.
Dom Cosentino: The Jets reduce the roster to 53, but more changes are likely to come.
Brian Costello: The Jets' newly signed quarterbacks both lose the backup competition.
Rich Cimini: The Jets release QB Matt Flynn, who responds with a Bloody Mary.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets cut QBs Flynn and Josh Johnson.
Kimberley A. Martin: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick can't be convince to shave his beard. Maybe this is why.
Manish Mehta: The height at wide receiver gives OC Chan Gailey plenty of versatility.
Kristian Dyer: OLB Jason Babin and WR Chris Owusu are cut as the Jets shape the roster. Chris takes it up the Owusu.
Minot Daily News: OL Brent Qvale lands on the Jets' 53-man roster.
New York Times: AFC East teams are on a quest to dethrone the Patriots.
M Live: WR Greg Salas is among the latest wave of Detroit Lions cuts.
Mary Kay Cabot: Cleveland Browns WR Terrelle Pryor thanks HC Mike Pettine for the chance to do the so-called impossible.
Kristian Dyer: Former Jet Damien Woody doesn't expect Buffalo Bills HC Rex Ryan to change.
Pete Prisco: Some notable names were cut loose, including Bills QB Matt Cassel and Philadelphia Eagles QB Tim Tebow.
James Walker: The Miami Dolphins cut 22 players, including QB Josh Freeman.
Mike Reiss: The New England Patriots cut 22 players, parting with WR Reggie Wayne.
Greg Gabriel: Clubs will also sign some of the street free agents who cleared waivers or from the cuts made earlier this week.
Pro Football Talk: The Oakland Raiders cut QB Christian Ponder.
Associated Press: Cincinnati Bengals DT Devon Still tweets a thank you after cutdown.
Associated Press: Ex-Australian rugby league star Jarryd Hayne makes the San Francisco 49ers.
Associated Press: The concussion doctor who handled Washington QB Robert Griffin III's case resigns from his post.
Over the Cap: 2016 compensatory draft picks update.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Here is the thread about nothing, where you can talk about random stuff, like how behind-the-back passes should be done.
It's a tough business, as many of your favorite players are now out in the street:
Have a good Pre-Labor Day day!