New York Jets Flight Connections 5-8-14

I forgot about him as well. - Tom Szczerbowski

Daily links connecting you to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Would someone please close the door?  I feel a draft coming on...

Kimberley A. Martin: Grading GM John Idzik's first Jets draft.

Manish Mehta: Their draft pick will show if Idzik is in HC Rex Ryan's corner.

Darryl Slater: Alabama S Haha Clinton-Dix says that he likes Rex a lot.

Rich Cimini: QB Coach David Lee sees a little Tony Romo in Easter Illinois QB Jimmy Garoppolo.

Rich Cimini: North Carolina TE Eric Ebron says that he has had no contact with the Jets.

Rich Cimini: LSU WRs Odell Beckham, Jr. and Marqise Lee are on the Jets' radar.

Brian Costello: There is a wide range of options available for the Jets' 12-pick draft.

Stu Woo: The Jets look to draft a little speed.

Charlie Frankel: Five different scenarios for the Jets' first 2 rounds.

Kristian Dyer: Breaking down the late rounds and undrafted free agents.

Steve Serby: Battling through the smoke screens.

Conor Orr: Despite an abundance of numbers, GMs lack a magic formula for draft picks.

Randy Lange: C Nick Mangold gets animated in a Nicktoons cameo.

Pro Player Insiders: RB Chris Johnson and New York Giants FB John Conner bowled for a cause. The Jets and their fans interact at a fan advisory board event. Marty Lyons says that the Jets need skill players.

Dom Cosentino: Chad Pennington says that the Jets came out of nowhere to pick him.  That's not how I remember it.

Behind the Steel Curtain: Alan Faneca delivers a cut block to the concussion settlement.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Sanjay Beach was catching balls from elite QBs.

The Atlantic: The place for Missouri DE Michael Sam is the Jets.

The Jets Blog: A&M WR Mike Evans has met with the Jets.

Jets Insider: Round one DB options.

JetNation: Hope and optimism should surround the Jets.

Cincy Jungle: The NFL draught drinking game.

ESPN: Sharing thoughts about the New England Patrios on draft day.

ESPN: The Buffalo Bills are disappointed after DL Marcell Dareus' arrest.

Star-Ledger: After hitting rock bottom, Rutgers QB Tom Savage is finding a happy ending. A&M QB Johnny Manziel thinks that teams will regret not drafting him.

SB Nation: Why Georgia QB Aaron Murray might be the 2014 Draft's Russell Wilson.

SB Nation: On the recruiting trail with Seattle Seahawks HC Pete Carroll.

SB Nation: The Kansas City Chiefs do not know how to draft quarterbacks.

SB Nation: Some commercials we'd like to see.

AP: The NFLPA filed a grievance for New Orleans Saints TE Jimmy Graham.

PFT: The NFLPA is looking into action against leakers of combine information.

PFT: Commissioner Roger Goodell sees real value in the May draft.

AP: Portugal will train for the World Cup at Florham Park. By the way, I just realized Cristiano and Ronaldo are the same person.  That's how much I follow soccer.

Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.  It was great.  Where were you?

Here is the thread about nothing.

Here is an etiquette guide to riding the subway.

Here is an example of why CAPS LOCK can be a bad thing.

Here again is the link to vote for Beloved Community school to get a recycled playground.

So are you going to a draft party today?  If not, just hang out with your gang out and party with the animals here at GGN:

Have a great draft day, everyone!

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