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DC Mike Pettine talks about the improvement at the free safety position.

CB Darrelle Revis talks about improvements with Gang Green and possibly improving his paycheck.

NT Kris Jenkins has to lose some weight before hitting the field.

LB DE Vernon Gholston wants to be a playmaker.

DE Jason Taylor will wear #95.

He and QB Mark Sanchez were limited in yesterday's OTA.

TE Dustin Keller talks about the leadership of the Sanchise.

Here is a video on former Jets LB Larry Grantham and his Super Bowl ring.

The US appeals court tells a Jets fan to unfollow the NFL instead of seeking damages from cheaters.

You can sign up your kid for a Jets football clinic.

 

More connections after the jump.

 

Yahoo! Sports reports on the Jets.

Sanchez is ranked #24 among projected starting QBs.

You can read ESPN New York's write-up on position battles.

Or you can read our own post by contributing writer njdevil7.

The Jets Blog reminds us of two moves: Danny Woodhead back as RB, and Manish Mehta from Star-Ledger to Daily News.

Manish examines plays from the AFCCG and the need for CB Antonio Cromartie.

NorthJersey.com's Vinny DiTrani is a traditionalist, not a football purist.

The Jets have released former CFL star WR S.J. Green.

Former Jets LB Jason Trusnik buys a home.  I believe Jason was recently married or engaged just before the Jets traded him.

Former Jets TE Jason Pociask has been released by Seattle.

Former Jets RB Coach Jimmy Raye now coordinates San Francisco's offense.

National Football Post explains the Cover 3.