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New York Jets Flight Connections 05-31-13

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

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Al Bello

Aloha Friday, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...

Dennis Waszak Jr.: Mark Sanchez says that he's planning on starting.

Ben Shpigel: Rex Ryan says that David Garrard didn't shock the team.

Conor Orr: Rex says that the team did due diligence on Mike Goodson and Garrard.

Conor Orr: A healthy Stephen Hill returns to practice. Ben Obomanu signs with the Jets.

Kristian Dyer: Calvin Pace talks about being fired and filling a veteran role.

JetNation: Roster review of the linebackers.

Associated Press: The Jets and Giants sue again over the NJ megamall plans.

Associated Press: Bill Austin, coach and Pro Bowl lineman, dies at 84. He was also a Jet for a year.

Green Bay Press Gazette: Opportunity sold Matt Mulligan on the Green Bay Packers.

Stampede Blue: Profile on LaRon Landry.

Blogging the Boys: The Dallas Cowboys 2013 draft board has been leaked. See where they ranked the players, and how the Jets picks were rated by them.

USA Today: Robert Griffin III wants to beat teams with his mind. What is he planning to do, some kind of Jedi Mind Meld?

Washington Post: Pierre Garcon says he doesn't anticipate problems with his injured shoulder.

Don Banks: Brian Urlacher and Ray Lewis broke the mold for prototype inside linebackers. Those guys. Always breaking things.

Peter King: Charles Woodson is eager to justify the Oakland Raiders' faith in him.

Associated Press: Trent Richardson says that he's not injury prone.

Yahoo!: The NFL says that Titus Young declined their help.

Over the Cap: What teams will gain in cap space with the June 1 cut.

Over the Cap: Five teams that need to create cap space. Hey, hey, the Jets are not one of them.

The Football Educator: Calculating the salary cap by defining the stadium credit.

Grantland: The vanishing value of the veteran quarterback.

And lastly, happy birthday to Joe Namath: