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Jets Flight Connections 04-09-10


Dan Graziano asks Jets fans to trust Gang Green's decision to pursue LB Jason Taylor.

LBs Bryan Thomas and Calvin Pace talk about the potential addition of Jason.

Manish Mehta assures us that Thomas has nothing to worry about with Taylor.

CB Darrelle Revis thinks Jason should be a Jet.

LT thinks JT would be perfect in green and white.

Some people in San Diego don't seem to happy with RB LaDainian Tomlinson.

K Nick Folk talks about coming off surgery and competing for the Jets job.

Folk wasn't surprised that the Cowboys released him before the end of the season.


More connections after the jump.


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Don't forget about LG Alan Faneca's foundation even to block out epilepsy.

And don't forget about WR David Clowney's foundation event for Ghana.  You can buy tickets here.

LB Vernon Gholston's stock is falling?  Um, how much farther can it go?

ESPN New York blogs about unsigned RFAs QB Kellen Clemens, CB Drew Coleman and RB Leon Washington.

Although he will most likey sign his tender, Kellen is still holding out on the slim chance that he can start somewhere else.

SportsNation has a poll for Jets fans. has plenty of multimedia featuring draft prospects. wonders which offensive player will have a productive season.

The New Meadowlands stadium will open with a lacrosse game.

The Star-Ledger's Jenny Vrentas writes about the new home of the Jets.

Newsday's Neil Best is impressed with the new stadium.

Jane McManus also took a tour of the New Meadowlands.

Jets mock drafts around SB Nation:

The Daily Norseman's mock draft.

Silver And Black Pride's mock draft.

Big Cat Country's mock draft.

Music City Miracles' 29th pick.

Arrowhead Pride's 29th pick.

Mile High Report's 29th pick.

Canal Street Chronicles' 29th pick.

Stampede Blue's 29th pick.

Big Blue View's 29th pick.

And of course, own own community pick at #29 here at Gang Green Nation.