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Jets Flight Connections 04-17-13

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


The Daily Athenaeum: Geno Smith can be a good fit in many NFL schemes.

Kristian Dyer: The New York Jets are not likely to draft Smith.

John Holt: Muhammad Wilkerson says that it's time to focus on the little things.

Brian Costello: The Jets bring back Calvin Pace.

Eric Allen: Green and white trade scenarios. Mark Sanchez says that it's a whole new year.

The Jet Press: Should the Jets make a serious play for Chris Ivory? It could be a perfect harmony.

Draft Season: Plan of attack for the Jets draft.

NY Jets Draft: QB athletic report cards.

The Jets Blog: A poll of the greatest play in Jets history.

JetNation: Offseason schedule dates to remember. Utah DE Joe Kruger has visited the Jets. He is the brother of Paul Kruger.

Sporting News: Desmond Trufant is ready for the NFL. He is the brother of Isaiah Trufant and Marcus Trufant.

Deadspin: Marcus Vick is still acting dumb on Twitter. He is the brother of Michael Vick.

Associated Press: Nate Montana will work out for the San Francisco 49ers. He is the son of Joe Montana.

STL Today: Kellen Clemens returns to the St. Louis Rams on a 1-year deal.

Deadspin: Kerry Rhodes insists that he's not gay. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

AFC East Blog: Aaron Hernandez had shoulder surgery.

Associated Press: Danny Amendola will contribute to a marathon fund. Joe Andruzzi says the he is not a hero.

Pro Football Talk: NFL hopeful Brandon O'Brien re-enlists in the Marines following the Boston attacks.

Associated Press: The Boston Marathon bombings will be studied by the NFL ahead of the 2014 Super Bowl.

Mike Freeman: The NFL will review draft security after the marathon bombing.

Jenny Vrentas: Jason Pierre-Paul says that the New York Giants can't b.s. around this year.

Buffalo News: Aaron Williams puts a positive spin on his move to safety.

Associated Press: Champ Bailey brushes off his age and talk of moving to safety.

Associated Press: Pat Summerall was the voice of football.

Associated Press: Sports and media icons remember the legendary Summerall. Condolences for the passing of a great NFL voice.

New York Times: Summerall formed a famous team with John Madden.

New York Times: Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam's business is under investigation.

The Football Educator: Scouting NFL talent now and in the future.

And lastly, a public service announcement about the G train.