Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Sunday...
Randy Lange : Five takeaways from the Jets’ loss to the New York Giants.
Darryl Slater: Winners and losers from the Jets' third preseason game.
Eric Allen: QB Josh McCown vows to be ready.
Bob Glauber: QB Christian Hackenberg is still not ready to be the Jets' starting quarterback. ...Well, it's only his second rookie year.
Steve Serby: The Jets cannot afford to do this quarterback dance any longer.
Brian Costello: QB Bryce Petty's career night ends with a crushing injury.
Connor Hughes: How serious is QB Petty's knee injury?
Connor Hughes: WRs Chad Hansen and ArDarius Stewart provide some hope for a dismal Jets offense.
Rich Cimini: DE Sheldon Richardson dominates, while the offensive line struggles.
Daniel Popper: DE Leonard Williams leaves the game early with a wrist injury.
Pro Football Focus: Jets at Giants refocused.
The Ringer: What does WR Julian Edelman's knee injury mean for the New England Patriots offense?
Matt Warren: Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor is being evaluated for a concussion.
Nate Davis: Cleveland Browns QB DeShone Kizer makes a solid bid to start.
Alfie Crow: The Jacksonville Jaguars decided to roll with QB Blake Bortles because of his mobility.
Chase Stuart: Robert Brazile is an unusual Hall of Fame nominee.
Over the Cap: Comparing pre and post contract numbers for top wide receivers.
This hot sun beating down is making me sweat:
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, everyone!