clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

New York Jets Flight Connections 05-17-13

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


Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters. As we head into the slow news season, check out the archives at Infinite Jets, where our friend Martin Roche looks into current and former Jets players and their numbers. This post is brought to you by the number 64. Exclusive town hall with Dennis Thurman and Marty Mornhinweg.

Conor Orr: The Jets' 2010 draft class is down to three players under pressure. And the 2009 class is down to one.

Mark Cannizzaro: The Jets need a team leader to emerge after the offseason losses.

Manish Mehta: Mark Sanchez is working to limit turnovers.

J.P. Pelzman: What does David Garrard's departure mean for Sanchez and the Jets?

Randy Lange: Sanchez wishes Garrard nothing but the best.

Kimberley A. Martin: Geno Smith will make his agent choice by next week. Geno still believes that the Jets will make the playoffs.

Yahoo!: Geno will lean on advice from Garrard.

Brian Costello: Vladimir Ducasse knows that it's not or never. Tomorrow will be too late.

Jane McManus: Chris Ivory is ready for the opportunity to knock.

Kimberley A. Martin: John Griffin looks up to Ivory from the bottom of the depth chart.

Conor Orr: Quinton Coples steps up after being called out by Rex Ryan.

Bob Glauber: Antonio Cromartie has yet to hear back from Darrelle Revis.

Kristian Dyer: Ex-Rutgers star Mason Robinson is fighting for a role with the Jets.

The Jet Press: An available veteran free agent quarterback is Tyler Thigpen.

LI Herald: Curtis Martin will sign autographs on May 20. The New Orleans Saints have agreed to terms with Isaako Aaitui.

Associated Press: The Cleveland Browns have agreed to terms with Brian Hoyer. Rob Gronkowski's fourth arm surgery will be next week.

Peter King: Charles Woodson is a good veteran fit for the Denver Broncos.

Don Banks: Ronde Barber's retirement leaves London Fletcher as the NFL's sole iron man.

Sports Illustrated: Ray Rice could have an integral role in the Baltimore Ravens' offensive shift.

SB Nation: Selling an NFL future.

Over the Cap: Revaluing the running back marketplace.

National Football Post: Ten players to bounce back big during the 2013 fantasy season.

Aloha Friday, everyone!