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Flight Connections 08/16/17: Josh McCown will see more action vs. Detroit Lions, John Morton likes Christian Hackenberg's progress, New York Jets praise unselfish Sheldon Richardson

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Daily links connecting you to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...

Dennis Waszak Jr.: WR Lucky Whitehead has a broken foot and is sidelined indefinitely.

Eric Allen: RB Bilal Powell returns to practice.

New York Post: RB Matt Forte is working hard not to repeat last year's mistake.

Newsday: The Jets' new OC John Morton likes QB Christian Hackenberg's progress.

Darryl Slater: Will the Jets' offensive shortcomings hurt Hackenberg's development?

Randy Lange: It was a good ride Tuesday on the quarterback rollercoaster.

Connor Hughes: The Jets' offense bounces back with their strongest practice of camp.

Rich Cimini: QB Josh McCown will see expanded action against the Detroit Lions.

Rich Cimini: S Marcus Maye is the most impressive player in the Jets' draft class.

Steve Serby: Underdog DB Shamarko Thomas already has triumphed after tragedy. ...Not to be confused with this guy. Or this guy. Or this guy.

Daniel Popper: The Jets praise unselfish DE Sheldon Richardson.

Jason Fitzgerald: The worst contracts in the AFC East.

Pro Football Talk: Former NFL CB Dimitri Patterson injures two officers while trying to escape the courtroom.

Associated Press: The Houston Texans and New England Patriots tune up for their preseason game with a joint practice.

Lorenzo Reyes: The Miami Dolphins think QB Jay Cutler is going to go, but S Tony Lippett is injured.

Mike Florio: ESPN apologizes for their fantasy football auction.

Danny Kelly: We don't know what the Dallas Cowboys' offense looks like without RB Ezekiel Elliott.

Samer Kalaf: The Jacksonville Jaguars are doing swell.

Chase Stuart: Teams are slightly more aggressive than they used to be on 4th down.

USA Today: The Green Bay Packers can't afford to play tag with QB Aaron Rodgers' contract.

Associated Press: Beth Mowins will be the first woman to call NFL play by play for CBS.

Football Zebras: Dozens of officials will become full time under a plan from the NFL and the union.

Deadspin: SB Nation bosses and workers discuss pay, management and more.

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