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New York Jets Flight Connections 8/11/16

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Daily links connecting you to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

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

NY Jets: The top five plays from training camp.

Brian Costello: The Jets' chaos is finally over, and now it's what the quarterbacks can do.

Rich Cimini: OC Chan Gailey is finding it hard to get enough reps for its younger quarterbacks.

Connor Hughes: Why QB Geno Smith never asked the Jets to trade him.

SNY: The Jets need QB Ryan Fitzpatrick to get up to speed quickly.

NBC News: WR Brandon Marshall talks about playing for the moment.

Steve Serby: TE Jace Amaro's extra motivation.

Kimberley A. Martin: RB Bilal Powell is still solid and steady in the Jets backfield.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: K Nick Folk is facing a challenge from rookie K Ross Martin.

Randy Lange: Undrafted rookie DL Julien Obioha is re-signed and placed on injured reserve.

Rich Cimini: Top pick LB Darron Lee isn't throwing his money around.

NY Jets: LB Bruce Carter is adding speed to the defense.

NY Jets: S Calvin Pryor wired for sound.

SB Nation: Buffalo Bills rookie LB Reggie Ragland will have surgery for a torn ACL.

James Walker: Miami Dolphins RB Arian Foster will not play in their preseason opener.

Lorenzo Reyes: QB Jimmy Garoppolo says that the New England Patriots offense is moving in the right direction.

Jarett Bell: Los Angeles Rams RB Todd Gurley could shatter the 2000 yard mark.

Danny Kelly: How NFL teams spend their money.

Andrew Brandt: The contract standoff with Joey Bosa and the San Diego Chargers is complicated.

Bolts From the Blue: Chargers WR Stevie Johnson is out for the season.

Mile High Report: The Denver Broncos defense gets creative.

USA Today: Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown is nearly ejected after a heated exchange with a referee.

Associated Press: WR Odell Beckham is excited about the possibilities for the New York Giants this season.

AZ Central: The Arizona Cardinals are committed to teaching its players the benefits of shut-eye.

SB Nation: "Hard Knocks" is back, and it's boring.

The Sports Quotient: The Dallas Cowboys and Baltimore Ravens are the two teams who will make the biggest jump in wins.

Football Perspective: Positive yards per attempt.

Football Zebras: Officials will rarely eject players on two unsportsmanlike fouls.

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Happy Thursday!