Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thanksgiving Day...
Ethan Greenberg: OL Brian Winters, WR Quincy Enunwa & Erik Coleman helped prep and serve a pre-Thanksgiving meal in West Harlem.
NY Jets: What’s on QB Josh McCown’s Thanksgiving plate?
Rich Cimini: McCown and Carolina Panthers DE Julius Peppers are the final two active players from the 2002 draft.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: A bye-week break wasn't enough to get RB Matt Forte back on the field.
Brian Costello: How the Jets plan to attack Panthers QB Cam Newton.
NJ.com: Linden retires DE Muhammad Wilkerson’s uniform number.
Randy Lange: For DE Kony Ealy, this week is all about focus.
Calvin Watkins: Panthers HC Ron Rivera said Wednesday that Ealy needs to do more growing on the field.
Darryl Slater: The Kansas City Chiefs signed CB Darrelle Revis, but should the Jets be worried about facing him?
John Wawrow: The Buffalo Bills reverse course in having QB Tyrod Taylor against the Chiefs.
Arnie Stapleton: The Denver Broncos as turning to QB Paxton Lynch at quarterback.
Jarrett Bell: WR Adam Thielen is the Minnesota Vikings’ newest receiving star.
Jason Fitzgerald: The biggest spenders on NFL contracts in 2017.
Dom Cosentino: The NFL may go back to keeping players in the locker room during the National Anthem.
Associated Press: The New England Patriots are looking like themselves after a slow start to their season.
Associated Press: The Thanksgiving debut for QB Philip Rivers is also big for the Los Angeles Chargers and Dallas Cowboys.
Associated Press: With their losing records and their shaky defenses and their injury-depleted rosters, Washington and the New York Giants are not exactly ready for prime time, let alone for a national audience tuning in on Thanksgiving night.
OSN: The Giants are excited about seeing a real NFL end zone up close.
Associated Press: HC Pete Carroll mulls over decisions made in the Seattle Seahawks loss.
Pro Football Focus: DE Dwight Freeney will help a Detroit Lions team that has lacked pass-rush this season.
USA Today: The Cleveland Browns get a boost with WR Josh Gordon.
The Ringer: Your guide to the wild-card race.
Football Zebras: Week 12 referee assignments.
OSN: Thanksgiving affords the nation a rare opportunity to eat large amounts of food while watching football.
Awful Announcing: The proposal to repeal net neutrality restrictions could wind up making a big mark on the sports world, with potential impacts for ESPN, NBC and more.
WIRED: Know your rights to compensation when your flight is delayed.
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