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Holy Saturday, Batman! Here are your New York Jets links.

Sports Illustrated: The mid-90s Tampa Bay Buccaneers built a successful GM tree. John Idzik is one of the sproutlets.

Daily News: DeMario Davis will attend the uSTADIUM launch party.

NYJ OTP: The Jets are rebuilding no more.

AFC East: Breakout players in 2013. Check out which Jets players made the list.

The Jet Press: An under the radar alternative for the Jets at tight end? If Kellen Winslow married Dustin Keller, he would be Kellen Keller.

The Jet Set: Is Tavon Austin perfect for the Jets? If Austin Howard married him, he would be Austin Austin.

Michigan Live: Le'Veon Bell is drawing interest from numerous teams, including the Jets.

John Holt: Tyler Eifert and Zach Ertz are the draft's tight end tag team.

USA Today: Geno Smith hopes that the Kansas City Chiefs are legitimately interested.

Star-Ledger: The New York Jets were not among Tyrann Matthieu's pre-draft visits.

The Football Educator: Five on offense deserving more attention.

Pro Football Focus: The best of the remaining free agents.

National Football Post: The market isn't always what it's cracked up to be.

Chicago Sun-Times: Matt Slauson thinks about his block on Brian Cushing all the time. I only think about it Sun-Times.

Deadspin: Kliff Kingsbury's swag cannot be contained. Something Jets fans have known for years.

NFL.com: Kenyon Coleman reportedly joins the New Orleans Saints.

Associated Press: Fred Davis stays with the Washington Redskins.

Buffalo Rumblings: The Buffalo Bills are interested in Kevin Kolb.

New York Times: Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys agreed on a six-year contract extension worth $108 million.

Deadspin: Donovan McNabb is mad about Romo's contract.

Pro Football Talk: Troy Polamalu says that players should have a vote in rule changes.

The Fifth Down: Brendon Ayanbadejo and Chris Kluwe will be honored for their equality efforts.

Extra Mustard: DeSean Jackson's Instagram rules for men.

Star-Ledger: Volunteers are needed for the Super Bowl.

And lastly, it's not football-related, but Jed Hughes writes about the New York Mets' David Wright, the New York Yankees' Derek Jeter, and qualities of a good team captain.

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