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Jets Flight Connections 05-26-10

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Here is a video of TE Dustin Keller receiving United Way's Jets Hometown Hero award.  WR Jerricho Cotchery also attended the event.

Awarded for his work with kids and nutrition, Keller talked about reviewing food for The New York Times.

This video shows you why the new Jets stadium should host Super Bowl XLVIII.

NFL Network covered the announcement of the 2014 Super Bowl's host city.

NFL Network then interviewed the New York owners.

Owner Woody Johnson spoke to the press also.

Johnson pushed hard to reach this happy conclusion.

Woody was indeed a big part in this endeavor.

Mayor Mike Bloomberg spoke to the crowd at Times Square.

C Nick Mangold viewed the announcement with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

 

More connections after the jump.

 

Manish Mehta explains how the voting process went.

Obviously, the big game would be good for the Big Apple's economy.

Gov. Christie is already trying to cut the Super Bowl budget.  Just kidding.  I don't know, and I don't really care what he's got to say.

New Jersey's fans reacted to the announcement, as well as New York football players.

New York's teams are already dreaming about a Subway Super Bowl in 2014.

Four years is apparently not very much time in planning to keep the big event safe.

The decision sets a precedent for open stadiums in the North.

However, the historic cold weather Super Bowl should only be a one-time exception.

Meanwhile, the decision on expanding the new overtime rules will have to wait.

NFL.com's Pat Kirwan thinsk the Jets should make the playoffs this season.

Bob_The_Friendly_Baker shared this link about Lance Taylor joining the Jets as an offensive assistant.

Jets Kvetch is excited about the rivalry with Miami.

Tim Graham lists the MVPs of the AFCE.

Former Jets RB Leon Washington was nonchalant as he saw his bone go through his skin.

Former Jets CB Lito Sheppard won't talk about his year with Gang Green.