New York Jets Flight Connections 7-15-14

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

Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Tuesday...

The Sports Xchange: The Jets offense and quarterbacks are under scrutiny.

Eric Allen: Donovan McNabb says that there will be playoffs for the Jets.

Mike Tanier: QB Geno Smith has a long way to go before he becomes a good quarterback.

Dom Cosentino: Plaxico Burress predicts that QB Michael Vick will start at quarterback for the Jets.

Darryl Slater: RG Willie Colon wants to try broadcasting when his NFL career ends.

Darryl Slater: Colon isn't ready yet to say that LG Brian Winters will be better this year.

Erik Manassy: C Nick Mangold and Metallica chat it up on Twitter.

TE Zach SudfeldAfrican Adventures 2014.

WR David NelsonAsk me anything.

Rich Cimini: Training camp preview of the running backs.

Tyson Rauch: Training camp preview of the defense.

Brian Costello: DT Damon Harrison is no longer a secret but still a weapon.

One Jet At A Time: DL Coach Karl Dunbar is the man behind the Jets' defensive line.  Does that make him the father of anarchy?

The Jet Press: UDFA Profile of LB Steele Divitto.  If he makes the roster, could he be a real Steele? What is CB Dee Milliner's ceiling?  Well, like I always say, disguise the limit.

MachlinT: Top ten Jets we needed to see more.

Time Warner Cable News: Cortland prepares for the arrival of the Jets.  For those who have gone before, please write up a FanPost on tips and advice, where to stay, eat etc. for the rest of us who may be planning to go.

The Jets Blog: When they were able to protect him, Ken O'Brien was capable of being great. Jim Sweeney's name should be indelibly etched in Pitt's pantheon of great offensive linemen. San Francisco 49ers TE Vance McDonald says that Eric Mangini helps the tight ends see the game differently.

Number Fire: RB Shonn Greene deserves the lead running back role with the Tennessee Titans.

NFP: Evidence has 33 pages of texts between New England Patriots HC Bill Belichick and Aaron Hernandez.

Miami Herald: Miami Dolphins C Mike Pouncey likely won't be punished.

AP: Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam's truck-stop chain will pay a $92 million fine.  Now stop Haslam me, bro.

SI: A long-term deal is unlikely between DE Greg Hardy and the Carolina Panthers.

SI: Erin Andrews replaces Pam Oliver on Fox.

USA Today: TE Jermichael Finley will undergo more tests.

USA Today: Houston Texans WR Andre Johnson and others are ready to hold out.

USA Today: The Philadelphia Eagles are soaring under HC Chip Kelly.

SB Nation: Seven young Arizona Cardinals set to soar in 2014.

SB Nation: TE Jimmy Graham appeals his New Orleans Saints franchise tag designation.

PFF: Position progression of offensive guards.

Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.

Here is the thread about nothing.

Don't forget about the movie night tomorrow at JetLife Stadium.

Now here is U2 with "Summer Rain":

Bryan Adams with "Summer of '69":

And the Boss with "Girls in Their Summer Clothes":

Have a nice summer day, everyone!

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