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Jets Flight Connections 08-06-10


Rain poured over the fields at Cortland yesterday morning, as the Jets played "an all-weather game".

HC Rex Ryan doesn't regret heaping praise on CB Darrelle Revis

CB Antonio Cromartie feels revived in New York.

Hall of Fame QB Joe Namath believes this year's Jets has "more swagger" than his championship team.

Broadway Joe to OLB Jason Taylor: "It's good to see you in green," not that funky green in South Florida.

Jason the Jet on his new team: "Everyone is treated like a man".

OLB Bryan Thomas gave away his number #91 for free as a rookie.  It's not mentioned, but it was obviously to DT Josh Evans.

The Warrior Beat reports on LB Brashton Satele's minor injury and special teams play.

ILB Bart Scott has been schooling rookie OL Vladimir Ducasse during practice.

The MadBacker describes his team as agressive and nasty.

LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson remembers the revolving door at left guard in 2007.

DT Kris Jenkinsknee is fine despite falling in practice.

He even joked around with fans afterward. shares a video of Big Jinx, aka The Cookie Monster.

Adam Schefter is impressed that despite the final four restrictions, the Jets have added talent.

"Hard Knocks" Director Steve Trout is working nonstop to cover Gang Green.


More connections after the jump.

Check out the Jets blog on ESPN New York for a ton of podcasts.

Jets Kvetch doesn't believe The Cro is salvation without Revis.

Jets Twit shares the experience of Broadway Joe's website.

Baltimore is projected by to lead their division.

Buffalo WR Lee Evans speaks about the unproven receivers on his team.

Chicago's wideouts are working with former St. Louis WR Isaac Bruce, who is interning this summer.

Lexington Herald-Leader: Cincinnati HC Marvin Lewis is perfect for his team of celebrity players.

Associated Press: Cleveland LB Chris Gocong is having fun playing for DC Rob Ryan.

New York Times: Denver LB Elvis Dumervil suffered a misfortune.

Ann Arbor News: Detroit DT Ndamukong Suh shows promise in practice.

Green Bay Press-Gazette: S Atari Bigby still doesn't know when he'll be back from ankle surgery.

Houston Chronicle: WR Andre Johnson is now the highest paid wideout.

Miami DE Marques Douglas belives DC Mike Nolan's system is "tried and true".

Minnesota WR Sidney Rice, WR Percy Harvin and RB Adrian Peterson don't fully practice.

New England WR Wes Welker has been able to practice.

Pittsburgh WR Mike Wallace may get more production now that WR Santonio Holmes is a Jet.

Tennessee CB Cortland Finnegan wants to be a shutdown corner.