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First of all, I would like to thank Lu Rosa for the graphic above.  You can follow him on twitter: http://twitter.com/NYJPapi.

Speaking of Twitter, it is the main source for the current Jets top story:

Associated Press: QB Mark Sanchez says knee surgery went well.

Newark Star-Ledger: Sanchez tweets that surgery went well.

New York Post: Sanchez delivered the message on his twitter account.

And the cited source for the other top story is ProFootballTalk.com:

Newark Star-Ledger: The Jets will try out K Nick Folk.

New York Post: Folk will try out for both New York teams.

 

There's nothing wrong with citing these sources per se, but none of the articles made the slightest attempt to confirm with the team, on either story.

More connections after the jump.

 

DB James Ihedigbo says helping Haiti is a must.

SNY.tv asks if too much is being made of Mark's knee procedure.

CB Darrelle Revis is one of ProFootballTalk.com's heroes.

The Omaha World-Herald: WR Danny Woodhead enjoys break after awesome season.

The New York Post reiterates the Syracuse Post Standard article on training camp.

The Jets will award a prize to high school students with the best business idea.

Former Jets draft pick P Craig Hentrich retires after a long career.

AFC East Blog writes about the AFC East draft.

AFC East Blog: The Jets are in better Super Bowl shape than the Patriots.

AFC East Blog: G Stephen Neal wants to hit the open market.

AFC East Blog: The Patriots will wait for March 5 to make cuts.

Boston.com asks why LB Adalius Thomas is still in New England.

They also provided this link from his days with the Ravens and then-DC Rex Ryan.

The answer to this question is "No."

The Fifth Down asks if the Chargers should trade CB Antonio Cromartie.

The Fifth Down explains why the Ravens have signed WR Donte Stallworth.

The Fifth Down writes about what the contract of K Sebastian Janikowski signifies.