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LB Calvin Pace thinks LB Jason Taylor could help the Jets rush QBs without always blitzing.  CP97 (yes, I have my own nickname for Calvin) would also see less double teams with Taylor on the other side.  RT Damien Woody seems fine with having Jason as a teammate.

The Boston Herald points out that it was JT's agent who convinced him to visit New York.

Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel is scratching his head about all these negotiations.

Rich Cimini blogs his thoughts and observations on the Taylor courtship.

Everybody points out the negative things that Fireman Ed has said about Taylor, but in the end of this article, he says he doesn't really take it seriously.

LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson explains that hiring a new agent doesn't mean he's unhappy with his contract.

Brick is one of the best left tackles in the league.

As a recap, Brandon Moore is rated as one of the best RGs, Big Wood as the best RT and Nick Mangold as the best center in the league.

Don't forget about LG Alan Faneca's event to block out epilepsy this Saturday.

WR David Clowney and his foundation can use some help from Gang Green Nation.  Click here to buy tickets to his event.

 

More connections after the jump.

 

Yahoo! Sports reports on the Jets.

RB LaDainian Tomlinson wants Sticky's trainer to strengthen him.

TE Dustin Keller "eight one" again.

Jets Kvetch wants Taylor to wear a dress and apologize.

SNY.tv talks about the Jets' search for a backup QB.

ESPN New York chats will Hall of Fame QB Joe Namath.

ESPN analysts think the Jets are going after defensive ends in the draft.

This mock draft still has the Jets picking OL Mike Iupati.

NewYorkJets.com looks at the wide receivers in the draft.

Dolphins RB Ricky Williams is the subject of ESPN's documentary.