Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
Newsday: Owner Christopher Johnson is pleased with the Jets’ progress.
Daniel Popper: The two Jets players who attended the meeting with NFL owners refused to elaborate.
Ethan Greenberg: The Jets want to re-establish the run attack.
Randy Lange: TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins is focused on the here and now.
Darryl Slater: Will RB Bilal Powell return to boost the Jets’ run game at the Miami Dolphins?
Newsday: QB Josh McCown and WR Robby Anderson is working on improving their timing.
Connor Hughes: ILB Darron Lee is progressing, while Anderson is justifiably frustrated.
Rich Cimini: ILB Demario Davis says player protests could end soon.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets are short on sacks but aren’t about to panic.
Outsports: When Greg Buttle’s son came out, dad couldn’t have been happier.
Niners Nation: The San Francisco 49ers have signed DT Leger Douzable.
Palm Beach Post: Dolphins HC Adam Gase tells the NFL’s worst pass-catchers to practice more.
The Ringer: The New England Patriots pass defense is bad at everything.
Danny Kelly: The Green Bay Packers can’t contend without QB Aaron Rodgers.
Art Stapleton: New York Giants CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is happy to be back.
Jason Fitzgerald: Week 6 running back valuations.
Chase Stuart: Young running backs are taking over the NFL.
USA Today: The Cleveland Browns go back to QB DeShone Kizer.
USA Today: There's no timetable for Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck’s return.
USA Today: Philadelphia Eagles DE Chris Long is using his salary to launch the Pledge 10 for Tomorrow campaign.
Football Zebras: An unbalanced stat sheet prompts the push to pull Pete Morelli from the Eagles game.
Football Outsiders: The truth behind the rising injury rates.
Associated Press: The NFL draft is headed for Dallas.
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