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New York Jets Flight Connections 06-12-13

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Happy Hump Day, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...

Daily Record: Jets fans turned out for minicamp in Florham Park.

Examiner: Positions to watch in minicamp.

JetNation: Day one minicamp report.

Conor Orr: Ben Kotwicka is a leader on any field of battle.

Gregg Rosenthal: Mark Sanchez is taking all the Jets' first-team reps.

Kristian Dyer: Nick Mangold shows solidarity with Sanchez through his headband.

SB Nation: Greg McElroy and the medicine that can stop us from leaking greatness.

York Dispatch: Mike Goodson is due in court.

Daily News: Kellen Winslow is hoping to answer the call.

The Sports Xchange: The Jets need a receiver, and Winslow shows up.

Randy Lange: Rex Ryan talks about Winslow and tight ends in general.

Mike Vorkunov: Jeff Cumberland is the starter at tight end, but the Jets are keeping options are open.

Brian Costello: The receivers slowed down the offense with big drops at practice.

Conor Orr: Stephen Hill returns to practice.

Kimberley A. Martin: Nothing's too big for Jeremy Kerley.

Kimberley A. Martin: Josh Bush gets the starting nod at safety.

Dawgs By Nature: Former Cleveland Browns CB Daylon McCutcheon is assisting the Jets' staff.

Wall Street Journal: To the Jets, Tim Tebow is in the past.

OSN: The New England Patriots will finally get some media attention with the Tebow signing.

NESN: The Patriots worked out Chaz Schilens.

CSN Houston: Ed Reed says that Tom Brady is responsible for his hip injury.

AFC East Blog: The Miami Dolphins will host Vonta Leach.

USA Today: Doug Marrone hopes to light up the scoreboard.

Over the Cap: The June 15 tender and Victor Cruz.

Sports Illustrated: Is the Gabe Carimi trade a case of the Chicago Bears overreacting?

Sports Illustrated: The NFL Draft is weighing multiple cities to host in one year.

National Football Post: What irks the NFL fan?

NJ.com: The Super Bowl will feature Super Bowl Boulevard with a toboggan run in New York City.

Have a great day, Gangsters! Share your pictures if you're going to minicamp. And watch out for bears in Florham Park!