Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this T.D. Tuesday...
NY Jets: Three takeaways from the Jets' final cuts.
NY Jets: HC Todd Bowles' press conference.
Darryl Sater: Bowles explains why the Jets kept four quarterbacks on the active roster.
Darryl Slater: The Jets are still unsure if ILB David Harris and OLB Jordan Jenkins will play.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets could play both OLs Ben Ijalana and Brent Qvale at right tackle.
Rich Cimini: The Jets have had lousy luck in the second round of the NFL draft.
Dan Hanzus: Former Jets WR Kenbrell Thompkins had his chance to become a New York sports legend. Now I just call him Cantball Dropkins. C'mon, that's gold.
The Metro: The Jets are doing some unconventional roster tweaking.
NY Jets: WR Robby Anderson and TE Braedon Bowman take different paths to the team.
MMQB: Bowles like to bring pressure up the middle, and the Jets have the weapons and the experience to make it work.
Pro Football Focus: The best players at every position in the preseason. Anderson, Qvale, S Rontez Miles, and Houston Texans OL Oday Aboushi make the list.
Pro Football Focus: How all 31 first round picks played this preseason.
Associated Press: Cincinnati Bengals TE Tyler Eifert is not cleared to practice for the opener.
Associated Press: Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles is a stretch to play in their opener vs. the San Diego Chargers.
Seattle Times: WR Doug Baldwin and S Earl Thomas embody the Seattle Seahawks.
Vice Sports: Which division is going to be the worst?
SB Nation: The Philadelphia Eagles name QB Carson Wentz as the starting quarterback.
Blogging The Boys: The Dallas Cowboys decide to keep QB Tony Romo on the active roster.
Christopher Gates: Minnesota Vikings QB Shaun Hill will start against the Tennessee Titans.
David Fucillo: The San Francisco 49ers have released TE Bruce Miller following his arrest on assault charges.
David Chao: Are doctors overlooking injuries?
Chase Stuart: Running back production by birth year.
Tim Graham: Former New York Giants K Bjorn Nittmo's estranged family wants him to get help before it's too late.
USA Today: Green Bay Packers great Bart Starr returns to Tijuana for stem cells.
Football Zebras: Simplifying enforcement when flags and fumbles fly.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
Hope yesterday wasn't manic for you. Now we are on to the Bengals:
Have a great short week, everyone!