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New York Jets Flight Connections 5-21-15

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

ESPN Insider: Offseason grades for all 32 teams.

Eric Allen: Note and quotes on OTAs Day 2.

Kristian Dyer: New HC Todd Bowles has the Jets gassed for intensity.

Randy Lange: OC Chan Gailey, DC Kacy Rodgers and STC Bobby April get together to answer reporters' questions.

Bob Glauber: Owner Woody Johnson says that DE Muhammad Wilkerson's deal will get done if it makes sense.

Brian Costello: DE Sheldon Richardson has also been absent from the team's practices this week.

Darryl Slater: Why are Sheldon and WR Brandon Marshall absent at OTAs? To make the heart grow fonder.

CBS Philadelphia: WR Eric Decker says that Philadelphia Eagles QB Tim Tebow's game is unique and special.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: CB Dexter McDougle returns to the field after missing last season.

Manish Mehta: CB Darrelle Revis has no sympathy for New England Patriots QB Tom Brady.

Associated Press: Former Jets LB Jermaine Cunningham pleads guilty in a revenge porn case. He wasn't very cunning, apparently.

Maui Now: WR Greg Salas talks about signing with the Detroit Lions. The prosecutor plans to drop the gun charge against ex-Jet RB Mike Goodson. Ex-Jets K Jay Feely rips the NFL's new extra point and cites safety issues.

JS Online: Halfback Sherman Lewis helped bring a championship back to the Green Bay Packers.

ESPN: QB Brett Favre says that the Packers game against the Chicago Bears is the right fit to unveil his retired jersey.

Pro Football Focus: Quarterbacks in focus under pressure.

Mile High Report: According to PFF, Chris Harris is the best cornerback in the league. Even better than Dee Milliner?

Danny Kelly: Five veterans who could change the NFL landscape in 2015.

James Walker: Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill's next goal is to win more games.

Jenny Vrentas: New York Giants S Landon Collins will prove he can cover in the NFL.

Barry Petchesky: Will the new extra-point rules cause more teams to go for two?

Peter King: The NFL's new extra-point rule could change again in 2016.

Football Zebras: It is arguably the most significant scoring change in football since 1912.

National Football Post: They moved it back, but should they thin the goal?

Pro Football Talk: Commissioner Roger Goodell wants to hear from Brady himself.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing, where you could talk about random stuff, like kickass header goals in the NHL.

And how about some Stones for today?:

Have a great day, everyone!