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Flight Connections 08/05/17: Christian Hackenberg and New York Jets offense struggle, Bilal Powell remembers Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson's advice

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

Eric Allen: The Jets continue to show accountability.

Darryl Slater: More unsurprising offensive miscues at Jets training camp.

Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets are upbeat despite miscommunication on offense.

Rich Cimini: QB Christian Hackenberg struggles as the Jets quarterback competition starts to fizzle.

Connor Hughes: OL Brian Winters is not worried about the offensive line's recent camp struggles.

George Willis: The Jets wide receivers have a new leader in WR Quincy Enunwa now that Brandon Marshall is gone.

Manish Mehta: Expect lots of growing pains from the Jets' no name wide receivers. ...But as long as they've got each other, they've got the world spinning right in their hands.

Brian Costello: RB Bilal Powell never forgot RB LaDainian Tomlinson's inspirational advice.

Daniel Popper: S Jamal Adams says his ankle injury is not severe.

Daniel Popper: DE Muhammad Wilkerson steps up as a leader to motivate his Jets teammates.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: DL Devon Still draws inspiration from his daughter's cancer fight.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: The talented defensive line remains a bright spot for the rebuilt Jets.

Baltimore Beatdown: The Baltimore Ravens sign RT Austin Howard.

The Ringer: Ravens All Pro guard Marshal Yanda is an NFL legend hiding in plain sight.

The Ringer: The NFL is going to have a Hall of Fame problem.

Deadspin: Super Bowl winning QB Jim Plunkett says his life sucks and everything hurts.

Associated Press: The Pittsburgh Steelers extend HC Mike Tomlin's contract through the 2020 season.

Sports Illustrated: Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill's noncontact knee injury reportedly might require surgery.

Lorenzo Reyes: New England Patriots QB Tom Brady says it's none of your business if he had concussions.

Richard Wade: The Los Angeles Chargers release S Darrell Stuckey.

Ken Belson: The first NFL concussion payments are approved, but some may miss out.

Chase Stuart: Defensive Rookies of the Year are almost always high draft picks.

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Enjoy your weekend, everyone!