Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this game day...
Newsday: CEO Christopher Johnson hopes fans will stick around after the rebuild. ...Do we have to pay for fans sticking around licenses?
New York Post: The Jets failures on the field send tickets and merchandise sales plummeting.
Daniel Popper: Three keys for Gang Green.
Darryl Slater: The biggest matchups to watch.
Brian Costello: The Jets' best chances to avoid infamy starts with the Miami Dolphins.
Connor Hughes: WR Jermaine Kearse's impact is felt on and off the field with the Jets.
Newsday: TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins has a sobering look on life.
NY Jets: RB Bilal Powell's journey to the Jets.
ESPN: DE Leonard Williams and the Jets look to end their sack slump vs. Dolphins QB Jay Cutler.
Brian Lewis: ILB Darron lee knows why he's struggling.
Bergen Record: How the Jets and Dolphins match up in Week 3.
Sun Sentinel: The Dolphins maintain they won't overlook the winless Jets.
Mike Florio: Will other owners follow the New York Giants' lead?
Barry Wilner: Marc Buoniconti wants youth football banned.
Chase Stuart: What can we learn from Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith's transformation from draft bust?
Associated Press: Los Angeles Chargers CB Jason Verrett is set for season ending knee surgery.
Associated Press: The Detroit Lions confirm they signed HC Jim Caldwell to an extension months ago.