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Jets Flight Connections 04-13-10

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Scouts say Gang Green keeps improving.

GM Mike Tannenbaum recognizes the risk with WR Santonio Holmes, but he hopes HC Rex Ryan can reach him.

He also said guys like LB Bart Scott and CB Darrelle Revis, along with other Jets, will help keep the team together.

LG Alan Faneca was a teammate of Santonio in Pittsburgh.

His current teammates are happy to have him.

Holmes spoke about his opportunity with Gang Green and had some excuses regarding Twitter.

The former Super Bowl MVP is suspended for four games.

Is Florham Park a "halfway house for misbehaving millionaires"?

Steve Serby calls it the Animal House.

It is now up to QB Mark Sanchez to take charge of the team.

With the recent addition to the team, it's now up to the QB to throw them the damn ball.

Ohm Youngmisuk thinks The Sanchise should bring us a trophy.

 

More connections after the jump.

 

Fill out this form for a chance to win an autographed football from Revis.

Don't forget about WR David Clowney's foundation.  Buy tickets to his event here.

Random Jets tweet: this guy loves Gang Green.

Sanchez was bonding with TE Dustin Keller at a Knicks game.

He also appeared on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend.

Max V.V. wants to manage Mark and welcomes Santonio to the team.

Jets Kvetch is enjoying the optimism of the off-season.

The Thundering Blurb show reacts to the Holmes trade.

Turn On The Jets take an in-depth look at the trade.

Michael Salfino of SNY.tv thinks character is now not much of a consideration.

Rich Cimini says that Gang Green was already good without Santonio, but he praises Tannenbaum's guts.

Bob Glauber thinks the trade was worth it.

According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, nobody threw any glass.

New York Newsday writes up the Holmes file.

The New York Post has a run down of off-the-field issues for current Jets.

WR Laveranues Coles will most likely not return for a third stint with the Jets this year.

How does Santonio's move impact the draft?

Here is a video of Trader Mike talking about the recent trade.

"Hard Knocks" will be shot in Cortland.  The Jets will train there for the next three years.

Gang Green will also be at Long Island and New Jersey this summer.

The Jets had a unique opportunity in 2000 with four first round draft picks.

Joey Clinkscales, the Jets VP of College Scouting, talks about the upcoming draft.

LB Jason Taylor is supposedly excited about the Jets, although he hasn't signed yet.

A lacrosse game opened up the new New York football facility.

There is no kind of deadline to pick a name for the stadium.

Owner Woody Johnson thinks that fans will be amazed with the Jets' stadium.

Still, there are still some kinks to work out with the new building.

Could the Jets possibly draft OLB Ricky Sapp?

Former Jets RB Thomas Jones wants to help Kansas City win.

This Boston blogger writes about the Jets' moves (without the sarcasm).

This New York blogger thinks the Patriots are dead.

AFC East blogger Tim Graham writes about the changes with Gang Green.

Don Banks of Sports Illustrated compares WRs Dez Bryant and Randy Moss.

RB Toby Gerhart is Bill Belichick's kind of player.

How did the rest of the NFL respond on twitter?

Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco pleaded to the commissioner to do something about it.

Sanchez tweeted about attending the premier of "Date Night" with teammates:

 

Sanchez likes the number six:


 

Here is a video of his brother Nick in 1995:

 

The Post on the new stadium:

 

The Associated Press on the new stadium:

 

An old newsreel of a Jets game:

 

And former Jets LB Hugh Douglas talks about the Eagles, as well as former HC Rich Kotite: