Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Associated Press: QB Josh McCown and ILB Demario Davis coach military squads in flag football.
Calvin Watkins: The improving defense must continue to carry the Jets down the stretch.
NY Jets: Bart Scott reviews Carolina Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey’s impact in the passing game.
New York Post: OLB Lorenzo Mauldin dodges charges. ...Yeah, you’d rather see me in the pen than me and Lorenzo rollin’ in the benzo.
NFL.com: De Kony Ealy wants a little revenge vs. the Panthers.
NJ.com: DE Muhammad Wilkerson hands out Thanksgiving meals in his hometown.
Darryl Slater: DE Leonard Williams’ productivity has increased lately.
Brandon Lee Gowton: Former Philadelphia Eagles CB Dexter McDougle signs with the New Orleans Saints.
James Walker: The Miami Dolphins are 16-point underdogs to the New England Patriots.
Tom Ley: Buffalo Bills QB Nathan Peterman is sent to the slaughter.
Arnie Stapleton: QB Paxton Lynch will start for the Denver Broncos.
Lindsay H. Jones: Adrian Clayborn and Desmond Trufant look to take the Atlanta Falcons to the next level.
Chase Stuart: Los Angeles Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein has been outstanding this year.
Barry Petchesky: Seattle Seahawks HC Pete Carroll really botched that one.
Field Gulls: The Seahawks waived DE Dwight Freeney after just four games.
Associated Press: The Oakland Raiders fire DC Ken Norton Jr.
Associated Press: The Pittsburgh Steelers activate rookie CB Cam Sutton, but his role is still uncertain.
Associated Press: Green Bay Packers WR Jordy Nelson’s production is down with QB Aaron Rodgers out.
Associated Press: Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott won’t blame RB Ezekiel Elliot’s absence.
Deadspin: Cowboys owner Jerry Jones won’t sue but still won’t shut up about NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s contract.
The Ringer: Washington WR Terrelle Pryor bet on himself and lost.
The Ringer: Through a combined lack of patience and lack of creativity, NFL teams have managed to burn through head coaches at a faster rate than ever before while also shrinking the hiring pool at the same time.
New York Times: These six men are members of an exclusive group: They played only one N.F.L. game.
Football Zebras: Mentoring rookie officials is a rewarding task for veterans.
Can the Jets defensive ends keep up their production?
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