Jets Flight Connections 04-25-13

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Hm. I feel a draft coming on...

Ben Shpigel: John Idzik is known for his steady approach.

J.P. Pelzman: Idzik is ready to run his first draft.

Kimberley A. Martin: The pressure is on Idzik.

Brian Costello: Idzik begins rebuilding tonight.

Bob Glauber: Wayne Chrebet knows that rebuilding won't be easy.

James Walker: The New York Jets would be wise to acquire more picks. The Jets are keeping their options open and might trade down. Jeff Bauer is ready for his first draft as director.

SB Nation: The Jets are not expected to take a quarterback in the first round.

Manish Mehta: To stay, Rex Ryan may need the Jets to pick a quarterback in the first round.

Kristian Dyer: The Jets target substance over sizzle.

Conor Orr: Three players the Jets could draft in the first round.

Mike Sielski: With so many holes, the Jets hardly can go wrong in the draft.

The Jet Press: Predictions for Day One.

Jets Flight Deck: Jets round by round mock.

Real Football Services: One final round 1 mock.

The Record: Jets' draft preview.

Pro Football Focus: Draft Day deals in 2009.

Dave Hutchinson: Bill Cowher is not ready to give up on Mark Sanchez.

Conor Orr: The secondary looks to move on and sees Antonio Cromartie step up.

Salon: Did that Broadway Joe Namath special really happen? For fans of "Mad Men".

Over the Cap: Year 1 and 2 salary cap hits for top 10 draft picks under the new CBA.

Daily News: Dee Milliner may be fit to replace Darrelle Revis.

Jenny Vrentas: Tyrann Mathieu believes he's the guy to replace Revis.

Jenny Vrentas: Tavon Austin says that Rex had a plan for him.

Mark Cannizzaro: Geno Smith answers critics and says that the Jets are interested.

Judy Battista: The lack of quarterbacks overshadows a deep class.

Mike Freeman: One general manager says that this is the worst draft in the past 10 years.

Conor Orr: The linemen will dominate early.

The Fifth Down: Ranking the top 5 running backs in the draft.

The Fifth Down: Ranking the top 5 wide receivers in the draft. The Kansas City Chiefs have fielded calls for the No. 1 draft pick.

Associated Press: The Dallas Cowboys could keep up their draft trend of moving around.

Associated Press: This year's draft is heavy on size and light on glamour.

Associated Press: Mike Shanahan says that Robert Griffin III plays only if 100 percent.

SB Nation: Before RGIII, Reggie Collier was the original dual-threat.

National Football Post: Quentin Groves has been arrested and charged with solicitation of prostitution.

Sports Illustrated: Jimmy Haslam's investigation is just another heartbreak for Cleveland Browns fans.

Sports Illustrated: For Brandon O'Brien, honor, service and sacrifice is more vital than the NFL.

Star-Ledger: A drug that could reverse depression symptoms draws the interest of the NFL Alumni Association.

OSN: Kim Kiper puts her husband's mock draft up on the fridge.

Hopefully, The Wizard of Id(zik) will stay steady and get a draft that's solid as a rock:

Happy Draft Day, Gang Green Gangsters!

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