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New York Jets Flight Connections 8/24/16

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Can Dominique dominate?
Can Dominique dominate?
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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...

Randy Lange: The Jets hosted an anti bullying symposium.

Brian Costello: The embarrassing circus is over.

Bart Hubbuch: The offense opening allure and bust worry of RB Matt Forte.

Samer Kalaf: The Jets have too many quarterbacks.

Rich Cimini: QB Christian Hackenberg stands alone among rookie quarterbacks with no playing time.

Rich Cimini: The Jets' goal on defense is to be scary good and reach new heights.

Eric Allen: ILB David Harris believes rookie ILB Darron Lee is starting to turn the corner.

Connor Hughes: Is DL Leonard Williams the Jets' new nose tackle. Who nose?

Daniel Popper: DE Sheldon Richardson is being less hard headed with DL Coach Pepper Johnson.

The Sports Quotient: The curious case of free agent RB Karlos Williams.

The Oregonian: Multiple teams are interested in CB Keenan Lewis.

SB Nation: New York Giants WR Victor Cruz is practicing and may face the Jets.

Associated Press: Buffalo Bills WR Marquise Goodwin sustains a possible concussion.

Mike Reiss: New England Patriots DE Jabaal Sheard is expected to be ready for Week 1.

James Walker: The Miami Dolphins' running back race could be settled in their third preseason game.

Danny Kelly: The X factors for all 32 NFL teams.

David Chao: The new injury reporting rules will cause confusion.

Josh Wilson: Details on CB Antonio Cromartie's contract with the Indianapolis Colts.

Emily Kaplan: Former NFL TE Ben Utecht wrote a book framed as a love letter to his family.

SB Nation: Denver Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas has one beautiful shiny retort for Washington CB Josh Norman.

USA Today: A decision is coming in the Broncos' quarterback battle, with QB Trevor Siemian to start vs. the Los Angeles Rams. Little does he know, QB Mark Sanchez is looking at the tape and finding ways to improve.

USA Today: How to watch the NFL without paying for cable.

Time: What it was like to work for Gawker Media in its heyday.

Football Zebras: Referee assignments for preseason Week 3.

How about some R.E.M.:

Happy hump day!