Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
Rich Cimini: The Jets stop listening to music as the try to find the right notes.
Brian Costello: Inside the house that HC Todd Bowles built to make over the Jets.
Daniel Popper: Bowles says it's a player's right to protest the anthem.
Ethan Greenberg: OC John Morton wants to see consistency from the quarterbacks.
Connor Hughes: QB Christian Hackenberg was sharp again on Day 14 of training camp.
Laura Albanese: The Jets have a four man battle for two starting tackle spots.
Ethan Greenberg: LT Kelvin Beachum wants to hit homeruns in the ground game.
Eric Allen: WR Robby Anderson continues to fly.
Rich Cimini: QB Josh McCown is building chemistry with Anderson.
Mark Cannizzaro: How WR Jalin Marshall is dealing with his upcoming ban.
Randy Lange: WR Kenbrell Thompkins returns to the Jets.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: WR Lucky Whitehead is having foot surgery.
Daniel Popper: ILB Darron Lee will play with more physicality.
Daily News: OLB Lorenzo Mauldin gets a break on his nightclub assault allegations.
Bob Glauber: Injury prone CB Morris Claiborne hopes to bounce back with the Jets.
Darryl Slater: How chess and New York Giants WR Brandon Marshall prepped CB Dexter McDougle for a possible breakout year.
The Ringer: The NFL and the players association are having a flame war over domestic violence.
Diana Moskovitz: The NFL set itself up for this.
Danny Kelly: Rewriting the NFL's positional lexicon.
Sports Illustrated: The New Orleans Saints fire the doctors who misdiagnosed Delvin Breaux.
Football Zebras: Preseason Week 2 referee assignments.
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