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New York Jets Flight Connections 6-17-14

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

Rich Schultz

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

Darryl Slater: Three storylines to watch as the Jets prepare for mini camp.

SB Nation: QB Tajh Boyd talked about his role, the playbook, and a big fear of sea life. QB Michael Vick hit a softball home run but ran toward third base first.

JetNation: Podcast interview with QB Geno Smith.

Kristian Dyer: RB Mike Goodson is a no-show as the Jets checked in to minicamp.

Manish Metha: The Jets are hoping that RB Chris Johnson can rediscover his explosive form.

Brian Costello: The race is on to find the number 2 wide receiver.

Randy Lange: OLB Antwan Barnes says that his knee is getting there. OLB Quinton Coples and LB Demario Davis coach local players. A look at the Jets defensive ends.

Eric Allen: Could it be back-to-back Jets for Defensive Rookie of the Year? Yup.

Rich Cimini: DE Sheldon Richardson stays out of DE Muhammad Wilkerson's contract situation.

The Jet Press: Meet DE IK Enemkpali.

One Jet At A Time: CB Ras-I Dowling's injury history may overshadow his potential production.

Stu Woo: Brandon Moore's challenge is a drastically different diet.  No more meat for Meat?

Baltimore Sun: CB Marquice Cole will try out at the Baltimore Ravens' minicamp.

Long Island Exchange: Lynbrook students heard Jay Fiedler's path to success story.

Paso Robles Press: James Hodgins will be present at a flag football camp.

ESPN: The Kansas City Chiefs put trust in the untested DC Bob Sutton?  How much more testing does he need?

SB Nation: Which NFL teams have the best tight ends? Why, the Jets, of course.

SB Nation: Dallas Clark will sign and retire with the Indianapolis Colts.

JC Online: Marvin Harrison was in the right place at the right time to help a Philadelphia man.

Bleeding Green Nation: How intelligent arePro Football Focus grades?

PFT: The NFL launches a clumsy effort to defend the blackout rule.

Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.

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Now, here is a tune for Mr. Goodson:

And some mandatory Metallica for mandatory minicamp:

And "The End" by The Doors:

Happy Tuesday, everyone!