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Jets Flight Connections 03-05-10

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CB Antonio Cromartie says hello to Jets fans.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: It just got a lot tougher to throw against the New York Jets.

Mike Cannizzaro: GM Mike Tannenbaum orchestrated another bold move.

J.P. Pelzman: The Jets will give San Diego a 3rd round pick which could turn to a 2nd.

Randy Lange: Cromartie gets his wish by joining an attacking defense.

Dave Hutchinson: On the field, there is no denying his talent.

Rich Cimini: This is the rap sheet on Cromartie off the field.

Steve Serby: There is a huge risk in getting the Bolts' nut.

The Fifth Down: Cromartie comes with a trouble tag.

AFC East Blog: There is a flipside to Cromartie's upside.

New York Newsday: The trade doesn't come without risk.

San Diego Union-Tribune: Cromartie has problems with child-support and the DMV.

SNY.tv touched on the possible deal earlier yesterday.  Watch whether they thought it would happen.

 

More connections after the jump.

 

Yahoo! Sports: Cro is in the perfect situation to become a shutdown corner.

The Jets Blog posted what is being said on the web about the trade.

NBC New York wonders how the Jets could get Cro for a 2nd round pick at most.

Xtra Point Football says Cromartie is a ticking timebomb.

Sixth Man of the Year examines Cro's issues, circumstances and value.

Turn On the Jets looks at the deal and its impact on the off-season.

Jets Fuel welcomes the new Jets cornerback.

Before the big trade, the Jets released CB Lito Sheppard.

Now that we have a second corner, GGN's njdevil7 presents a checklist for Gang Green.

Jets WR Wallace Wright is not tendered and could be gone.

Recently released RB Thomas Jones could still return.

Former Jets TE Chris Baker has been released by the Patriots.

Former Jets WR Laveranues Coles has been released by the Bengals.

Veteran QB Chad Pennington and the Dolphins hit a snag in negotiation.

Veteran QB Jake Delhomme will be released by the Panthers.

Lions HC Jim Schwartz goes with Rex Ryan's recruiting strategy.

While the Chargers have soured on Cro, they are keeping RB Darren Sproles.

Mike Freeman warns about WR Brandon Marshall.

Former Jets LG Pete Kendall, now on the NFLPA, warns players.

Sports Illustrated has the latest news from the free agency market.

Associated Press: NFL free agency begins without salary cap.

Antonio Cromartie talks about the art of the interception.

Lastly, Cromartie highlights, of course: