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Jets Flight Connections 06-07-10

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Former Jets assistant and Hofstra HC Joe Gardi has passed away.

Players, coaches and fans walked together to help find a cure for lupus this weekend.

The team continues the good work with today's Jets Charity Golf Classic.

TE Ben Hartsock returned to Ohio to host a football camp.

TE Dustin Keller will be ready if defenses focus on the wideouts.

FB John Conner will fit in with Gang Green's ground-and-pound.

"No Neck" and the other rookies had some fun at the Generation Jets Kids Club Clinic.

QB Mark Sanchez is in the process of mastering the offense.

Former Oakland QB Rich Gannon says The Sanchise has a very bright future.

OLB Jason Taylor has mended some fences with some of his new teammates.

CB Darrelle Revis might lose out if he skips mandatory practice.

CB Antonio Cromartie needs to return to his old form.


More connections after the jump.


Yahoo! Sports reports on the Jets.

Vinny Di'Trani picks the Jets to win the division.

Rich Cimini says the team is saving up for the big four.

Bart Hubbuch says they won't get paid because of unsold PSLs.

Manish Mehta reports that the Jets will be named as one of Inc. Magazine's top winning workplaces.

ILB Bart Scott may be seeing action on special teams

AFC East Blog says the Jets are weak at safety.

Jersey Jets Fan had an interview with SS Jim Leonhard not too long ago.

There has been a dearth of interest from teams in former Jets LS James Dearth.

The Jets Flight Crew have finished shooting their calendar in Aruba.

The Jets are ranked fourth for Madden '11.

So now Max V.V. has a book club?

Speaking of books, here's a review for "The Fix Is In".

If Douglas Adams were alive, he'd be rolling in his grave.

Former HC of the NYJ Al Groh is now coordinating Georgia Tech's defense.

ProInterviews talks to Oakland CB Walter McFadden.

LB Adalius Thomas is still available.

Marv Albert won't be calling Monday Night games for radio anymore.