Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
Darryl Slater: Christopher Johnson thinks it's too soon to label QB Christian Hackenberg a bust.
Rich Cimini: The Jets expand to a three man backfield.
Rich Cimini: TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins is 243 days into a new life and ready to play.
Connor Hughes: WR ArDarius Stewart is eagerly waiting for his chance with the Jets. ...Like I always say, patience comes to those who wait.
Bergen Record: The banged up Jets may be without a key piece vs. Miami Dolphins DT Ndamukong Suh.
New York Post: OL Dakota Dozier could get a shot to face Suh.
Laura Albanese: After waiving KR Kalif Raymond, the Jets sign him to the practice squad. ...Somebody still loves Raymond.
Daniel Popper: DE Leonard Williams is battling a lingering wrist injury.
Brian Costello: The Jets are sticking with ILB Darron Lee.
Randy Lange: The Jets add LB David Bass. ...For some inside info on marine biology.
Eric Allen: S Jamal Adams describes his goal line stop.
Ethan Greenberg: DC Kacy Rodgers delivers a message to CB Juston Burris.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: QB Jay Cutler is settling in with the Dolphins after flirting with the Jets.
James Walker: Dolphins HC Adam Gase says there is no serious injury concern with RB jay Ajayi and WR Jarvis Landry.
Mike Reiss: Signs are pointing to the New England Patriots being without RB Rex Burkhead.
Dom Cosentino: NFL games seem ugly because defenses have gotten good.
Danny Kelly: How serious is the Seattle Seahawks' slow start?
USA Today: How the Tennessee Titans plan to stop Seahawks QB Russell Wilson.
The Ringer: The Indianapolis Colts don't have a plan and are home underdogs against the Denver Broncos.
Associated Press: Broncos LB Von Miller is baffled by the low hit from Dallas Cowboys WR Noah Brown.
Associated Press: Finally humbled, Cowboys QB Dak Prescott and RB Ezekiel Elliott look to respond.
Associated Press: NFL players ask the league to support their campaign.
USA Today: Former NFL RB Ricky Williams is arrested in Texas.
Football was not very popular where I grew up in the Philippines, and "Revenge of the Nerds" gave me my first glimpse of the sport. R.I.P. Bernie Casey:
And this is for Stone Cold Austin Seferian-Jernkins: