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Jets Flight Connections 05-18-10

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QB Mark Sanchez was able to throw during yesterday's start of OTAs.

The Sanchise wants to be participate fully in next months minicamp.

Randy Lange reports that LB Jason Taylor was in Miami hosting his annual Celebrity Golf Classic

RG Brandon Moore will also have a charity golf event tomorrow in Hamburg.  Check out http://www.jajfnyjets.dojiggy.com/ or http://www.back9promotions.com/ for more info.

Mark Cannizzaro reports that CB Darelle Revis is not asking for $20 million per year.  Only $19.5?

Revis and CB Antonio Cromartie remind first rounder CB Kyle Wilson that football is their job.

WR Santonio Holmes says, "The sky's the limit" with the Jets.

As far as NT Kris Jenkins is concerned, his career really started when he joined the Jets.

After trying out yesterday, OL Aaron Kia was signed by Gang Green.

 

More connections after the jump.

 

NJ.com has more comments from Jets fans regarding PSLs and parking.

SNY's Wheelhouse wonders whether Revis Island is worth twenty million.

Current Newark Star-Ledger and soon-to-be New York Daily News writer Manish Mehta notes that these players did not participate yesterday: LB Ezra Butler, CB Brian Jackson and S Brannon Condren, while CB Marquice Cole was limited.

Jets Twit has tweets from players about the first day of OTAs.

The Jets Blog corrects a SpyGate myth.

Jets Kvetch tells us how much $20 million is.

Max V.V. also shares some rules for fan uprising.

Kansas City RB Thomas Jones hopes to help restore the Chiefs' power-running game.

 

Andrew Garda of "The Thundering Blurb" talks about personal seat licenses:


 

Relive some good moments from last season.  The touchdown by DE Marques Douglas in Indy:

 

The touchdown by WR Brad Smith against Cincy:

 

And the touchdown by WR Jerricho Cotchery in the same game: