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Jets Flight Connections 02-24-13

Daily links to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

Rick Stewart The Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons will court Shonn Greene. The Broncos could possibly have the Shonn and Knowshon show.

Infinite Jets: Players who have worn the number 42.

The Jets Blog: It was a disappointing season for the special teams.

New York Post: The moronic Twitter bout is an example of out-of-control athletes.

Jenny Vrentas: The flat salary cap presents challenges and limits.

Eric Allen: E.J. Manuel looks to ride the momentum.

Eric Allen: Dion Jordan has sack plans after surgery.

Bob Glauber: Manti Te'o is trying to put the hoax in the past.

Conor Orr: Rutgers LB Khaseem Greene is thankful that he made the move from safety.

Let's go on another trip Around The Nation:

The Falcoholic: Spare us Shonn Greene.

Canal Street Chronicles: What's on in the combine and how to watch it.

Big Blue View: Recap of yesterday in the combine.

Acme Packing Company: Will the Green Bay Packers be able to move down?

Windy City Gridiron: NFL draft guards and centers.

Bleeding Green Nation: Did the battle for top offensive tackle just get interesting?

Revenge of the Birds: Kentucky G Larry Warford's possible versatility could make him more valuable.

Blogging the Boys: Offensive line tale of the tape.

Field Gulls: The new math that may help discover the next Russell Okung.

Cat Scratch Reader: A look at dynamic defenders Sheldon Richardson and Sharrif Floyd.

Pride of Detroit: Jim Schwartz is not opposed to drafting a punter.

Bucs Nation: Will the Tampa Bay Buccaneers build their team on offense or defense?

Niners Nation: A final analysis of the Alex Smith vs. Colin Kaepernick debate.

Turf Show Times: The St. Louis Rams are weighing durability in talks with Danny Amendola.

Daily Norseman: The Minnesota Vikings have reached a baseball compromise on the new stadium.

Hogs Haven: An awkward Washington Redskins conversation with Henry Rollins.

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