Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this game day…
Santonio Holmes has been removed from the PUP list. He would be a big help if he actually plays. This does not necessarily mean that Tone himself feels ready, as it could be just the team telling him that he should be ready.
Stephen Hill believes that Santonio is eager to play.
Geno Smith will be starting tonight.
QB Coach David Lee explained what he watches for with Geno and Mark Sanchez.
Rex Ryan believes that Chris Ivory can help protect the passer.
New Special Teams Coordinator Ben Kotwicka spoke to ABC News about his experience in the army.
Jeane Coakley shares a Q&A with Sheldon Richardson.
The Jet Press give you five things to watch for.
Kristian Dyer gives you three things to watch.
Rich Cimini tells you what to watch for.
J.P. Pelzman takes a break from daytime job as Twitter comedian to give a whole six – count ‘em, six – sentences about the Jets. Next time, make it seven so you can split it into two pages.
Mike Sielski continues pursuing his career in comedy as he writes up about the Jets’ media bridges. Your non-story about trading for quarterbacks was funnier.
Ben Shpigel writes about traffic going to the stadium.
Bob Raissman writes about injuries in the preseason.
The New York Times reviews the documentary “The United States of Football“.
Over the Cap looks into the Arizona Cardinals’ kicking situation with Dan Carpenter and Jay Feely.
David Wilson will be the starting RB for the New York Giants.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have traded LB Adrian Robinson to the Philadelphia Eagles for RB Felix Jones.
CB Richard Marshall has signed on with the San Diego Chargers.
Brian Banks appreciates his NFL chance.
Vince Young played well for the Green Bay Packers.
Matt Flynn didn’t do so well for the Oakland Raiders.
John Elway thinks that Peyton Manning improved last year.
Deadspin: What is Mike Florio talking about? The age old question.
Deadspin: How ESPN manufactures a story.
OSN: Nate Silver vows to teach Chris Berman how to read.
Grantland: Five simple situations that can be the difference between being a great head coach and an ex-coach.
Enjoy your weekend folks. And if you’re going to the game, I know a couple of kids you can invite to your tailgate.
And here are Rex, Rob Ryan and Jeff Weeks fishing on “Reel Time”, while you wait for the game:
And a Happy Birthday to MHR!