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New York Jets Flight Connections 08/28/17

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

Ethan Greenberg: HC Todd Bowles says WRs ArDarius Stewart and Chad Hansen are growing up a little bit.

Randy Lange: Don't forget about WR Frankie Hammond.

Bob Glauber: Why starting QB Josh McCown in Week 1 makes the most sense.

Brian Costello: The Jets exhale on QB Bryce Petty and have a quarterback decision to make.

Connor Hughes: DE Sheldon Richardson had quite the outing, and he did it in minimal reps.

Richard Hill: What went wrong with the New England Patriots and DE Kony Ealy.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets acquire S Terrence Brooks from the Philadelphia Eagles for CB Dexter McDougle.

NY Jets: CB Morris Claiborne at training camp.

Daily News: The New York Giants should see what CB Darrelle Revis has in store.

New York Post: Giants HC Ben McAdoo erupts at an inexcusable injury on a play that didn't count.

Buffalo Rumblings: DT Marcell Dareus didn't travel home with the Buffalo Bills.

James Walker: Miami Dolphins HC Adam Gase is examining all options at cornerback.

Arnie Stapleton: The Denver Broncos' defense has been stout despite a rash of injuries.

David Chao: An easy schedule fix to increase revenue, safety and fan enjoyment.

USA Today: Kansas City Chiefs RB Spencer Ware is expected to need a season ending knee surgery.

USA Today: Dallas Cowboys LB Anthony Hitchens is out 8 weeks with a knee fracture.

USA Today: QB DeShone Kizer is named the Cleveland Browns starting quarterback.

Associated Press: QB Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals look regular season ready against Washington.

Associated Press: QB Mike Glennon helps himself with a touchdown as the Chicago Bears beat the Tennessee Titans.

Washington Post: A new rule could bar challengers to NFLPA head DeMaurice Smith with the players' October vote.

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Have a great week, everyone!