Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Wednesday...
Ethan Greenberg: What you need to know about the Buffalo Bills.
Neil Best: Willie Colon and Ray Lucas believe the Jets can surprise some teams.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: QB Josh McCown perseveres as the last of the quarterbacks from the 2002 draft.
Bob Glauber: It is pretty special for McCown at age 38 to be among the 32 NFL opening week starting quarterbacks.
Brian Costello: QB Christian Hackenberg is right back where he was last season.
Brian Costello: The Jets bring back WR Jeremy Kerley to fill a wide receiver hole. ...Looking forward to those Kerl routes.
Connor Hughes: Former Jacksonville Jaguars TE Neal Sterling signs with the Jets.
NY Jets: DE Leonard Williams answers a variety of questions.
Uni Watch: What's new in the AFC East uniforms for 2017?
Sports Illustrated: How the Tennessee Titans developed QB Marcus Mariota.
Deadspin: The Baltimore Ravens send Ray Lewis out to make Colin Kaepernick's girlfriend the scapegoat for him not having an NFL job.
The Ringer: The Ravens, Los Angeles Rams, New Orleans Saints and Detroit Lions are terrifying on one side of the ball but maddeningly inconsistent on the other.
Football Zebras: Week 1 referee assignments.
Associated Press: New England Patriots WR Phillip Dorsett is eager to jump in after his trade.
Associated Press: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins game may be moved this week.
Associated Press: The FAA clears the Las Vegas Raiders' plan for their stadium.
Associated Press: Cleveland Browns DL T.Y. McGill is charged with marijuana possession.
Associated Press: Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott has his suspension upheld but will play in Week 1.
Dom Cosentino: The NFL is investigating Michael Irvin's sexual assault case.
Jason Fitzgerald: Breaking down the 2017 NFL rosters and looking at where the NFL is spending its money this year.
Have fun going back to school:
Happy hump day!