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Jets WR Plaxico Burress reflects on three-touchdown performance [NJ] The real story on Tom Moore [ESPN] Jets’ secondary fires back at San Diego’s Randy McMichael [NJ] Rex Ryan: “We’re going to be tough to beat” [PFT] Harris, Ellis injuries not serious [ESPN] Rex Ryan vows not to talk about “rings” again [NJ]
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