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New York Jets Flight Connections 6-27-14

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Kevin C. Cox

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

Randy Lange: New York Titans G Bob Mischakan AFL original, has died.

Randy Lange: WR Greg Salas gets some western exposure.  Jets Greg West.

Dom Cosentino: Phil Simms says that QB Geno Smith should improve from year one to year two.

Eric Allen: Can the offensive line become elite?

One Jet At A Time: Where is the love for LT D'Brickashaw Ferguson?  It makes the world go round and round.

Turn On The Jets: Observations on the running back situation.

Charlie Frankel: The Jets feel STC Thomas McGaughey's special impact.

Brian Costello: How does S Dawan Landry fit in the Jets' new safety landscape.

Rich Cimini: The rebuilt secondary goes green.

The Jet Press: The fast hands of DE Muhammad Wilkerson.

The Jets Blog: The double team project, part 2.

Ted Sundquist: We don't need a developmental league; we need football academies.

Jack Bechta: How the NFL became a 12 month sport.

Doug Farrar: How WR Brandin Cooks can redefine the New Orleans Saints offense.

SI: Examining the burning questions in the AFC East.  If you wanted to avoid burning your question, you should have used protection.  Like a parenthesis.

USA Today: The Miami Dolphins need less drama and more of QB Ryan Tannehill.

SB Nation: The Tennessee Titans are betting the franchise on QB Jake Locker.

Rock Hill Herald: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton is a model for the new generation of quarterbacks.

ESPN: Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers talked about his coaches.

Football Zebras: Brad Allen has been named a crew chief in his first NFL season.

AP: Thirteen first year officials are set for the 2014 NFL season.

AP: Ben Utecht fears a future with brain damage.

MMQB: The new NFL concussion settlement is a win for the NFL and the players.

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

The new thread about nothing is up.

Thanks as always to those who have been voting for Beloved School.  In a few more days, I can stop bugging you about this.  Until then, please keep voting daily until the end of the month, and let's win that recycled playground for the kids!

It seems like it's been a lifetime since football season:

Mandatory minicamp seems like a long time ago:

We've got all kinds of time until training camp:

Have a great weekend, everyone!