Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Connor Hughes: HC Todd Bowles attempted to explain his latest coaching blunder from Sunday's 23-0 loss to the Broncos.
Rich Cimini: QB Josh McCown is the latest to experience the Jets quarterback curse.
Associated Press: McCown is officially done for the season — and maybe for his career.
Manish Mehta: QB Bryce Petty has one last chance to prove he belongs with the Jets.
Times Picayune: Vandebilt Catholic and UL-Lafayette product RB Elijah McGuire enjoys a surprising rookie season with the Jets.
NY Daily News: WR Jeremy Kerley’s future with the Jets is uncertain.
Calwin Watkins: WR Jermaine Kearse said there was “no flow” to the Jets’ offense, resulting in third-and-long situations.
Ethan Greenberg: What you need to know about the New Orleans Saints.
North Jersey: The Jets are coming off their worst loss of the season, and now they get to play in one of the toughest stadiums in the NFL.
ProFootballTalk: The New England Patriots are signing WR Kenny Britt.
James Walker: RB Kenyan Drake and CB Xavien Howard offer the Miami Dolphins hope for the future.
Danny Kelly: QB Nick Foles gives the Philadelphia Eagles a shot.
Chase Stuart: Putting the 2017 Jacksonville Jaguars pass defense in perspective.
Mike Florio: Digital evidence will be critical to the NFL Network harassment lawsuit.
Associated Press: The Pittsburgh Steelers put LB Ryan Shazier on injured reserve with a spine injury.
Associated Press: Devin Hester, the spectacular speedster who holds the NFL record for kick return touchdowns with 20, announced his retirement from the NFL.
SI.com: A walk through one brutal week of NFL injuries reminds us that the recurring devastation is both extraordinary and—to the players who lived through it—not that special.
Over the Cap: The next player that will continue to contribute to the growth of the Guard Market is Dallas Cowboys RG Zack Martin.
Football Zebras: The NFL warns teams to stop physically and verbally abusing officials.
The Washington Post: Ex-NFL player Larry Johnson grapples with violent urges and memory loss. He thinks it's CTE.
Will Bryce Petty prove he belongs with the Jets?
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