Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this stress-free Sunday...
Rich Cimini: GM Mike Maccagnan got a very up-close look at Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen.
Mark Cannizzaro: The Jets’ non-tanking attitude has helped speed up their rebuild.
Daniel Popper: Jets bye week report card.
Manish Mehta: WR Jeremy Kerley will have his son stop playing football over CTE concerns. ...No more Kerl routes for the little guy.
Randy Lange: How tough was it for the Jets’ offense on third down at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?
Rich Cimini: The defense would benefit from a shutdown corner and an edge rusher. ...An edge rusher to inflict strain upon the structure.
Ryan Day: The Jacksonville Jaguars activated S Calvin Pryor.
Associated Press: The Baltimore Ravens have activated RB Danny Woodhead from the injured reserve-designated for return list.
Mike Klis: GM John Elway says the Denver Broncos got a little bit soft.
Ken Belson: Dueling letters continue Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ feud with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Mike Florio: The compensation committee received a blank check in May.
The New York Times: Why people in Mississippi have to watch the New York Giants.
Wisconsin State Journal: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix says the Packers expected better from New England Patriots TE Martellus Bennett.
The Tennessean: Tennessee Titans HC Mike Mularkey defends QB Marcus Mariota’s 4 picks vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers.
USA Today: S Kam Chancellor is expected to miss the rest of the Seattle Seahawks’ season.
Football Perspective: Seahawks QB Russell Wilson is on the verge of breaking former Detroit Lions QB Jon Kitna’s record.
Awful Announcing: Verizon and the NFL are reportedly close to a digital streaming deal that would provide telecasts on internet-connected TVs, tablets and phones.
Awful Announcing: SkyCam gained street cred Thursday, but it will never become the norm.
Awful Announcing: What is causing the downturn in NFL pregame show viewership?
ProFootballTalk: A receiver going to the ground can have control and take four steps, but it’s still not a catch.
Football Zebras: Referee Ron Torbert and his crew failed to enforce the fourth down fumble rule at the end of the first half.
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