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New York Jets Flight Connections 8/26/16

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Is Middleton more than a middling player?
Is Middleton more than a middling player?
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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Friday...

Conor Orr: QB Christian Hackenberg's throw is a work in progress.

Laura Albanese: WR Brandon Marshall is no longer scared to have QB Ryan Fitzpatrick as the Jets starter.

Connor Hughes: WR Eric Decker will be a deep threat in 2016.

Darryl Slater: WR Jalin Marshall is an intriguing undrafted rookie.

Eric Allen: No timetable is set for RT Breno Giacomini's return.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: LT Ryan Clady is healthy and driven to prove doubters wrong. Far beyond driven.

Michael Salfino: TE Jace Amaro may be the odd man out on the Jets offense.

Connor Hughes: Amaro's blocking is a work in progress, says TE Coach Jimmie Johnson. For some reason, he keeps telling him to go fast and turn left.

Brian Costello: The Jets want RB Matt Forte to eat some hits before Week 1.

Rich Cimini: Forte can be a difference maker for the Jets. Is it hard to imagine the rbs having 100?

Randy Lange: CB Darrelle Revis is ready to rock.

Kristian Dyer: New York Giants DT Damon Harrison is ready to take on his former team.

Bart Hubbuch: The Jets miss "blueberry" but say their defense may be better now.

ESPN: HC Rex Ryan and Assistant HC Rob Ryan plan to take the Buffalo Bills to the playoffs for the first time in 16 years.

Baltimore Sun: Former Baltimore Ravens DL Trevor Pryce will debut a kids series on Netflix.

Tom Pelissero: QB Paxton Lynch is still learning to call plays with the Denver Broncos. Hopefully, QB Mark Sanchez will teach him to watch the tape and find ways to improve.

Josh Wilson: Indianapolis Colts CB Antonio Cromartie won't play on Saturday against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Jeremy Reisman: The Detroit Lions release RB Stevan Ridley.

Chris Pokorny: The Cleveland Browns trade OLB Barkevious Mingo to the New England Patriots. If I had a dog, I would name him Barkevious Dingo. But I digress.

Richard Hill: Patriots DT Alan Branch is no longer suspended, and we still don't know what happened.

Sun Sentinel: Miami Dolphins DT Ndamukong Suh suffered an ankle injury against the Atlanta Falcons.

Dallas News: Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo appeared to suffer an injury on their first series.

Albert Breer: Washington QB Kirk Cousins is ready to earn a long term contract.

Cian Fahey: Film on Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin.

Chase Stuart: There only used to be a Super Bowl loser's curse.

The Sports Quotient: Tampa Bay Buccaneers K Roberto Aguayo's battle against unreasonable expectations.

SB Nation: The San Diego Chargers were petty and terrible even before they tried to stiff DE Joey Bosa.

New York Post: Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul's fireworks debacle could now cost ESPN millions.

Palm Beach Post: Los Angeles Rams RB Tre Mason's mom says that head injuries gave him the mind of a child.

The summer is almost over, and football is in command:

Have a great weekend, everyone!