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New York Jets Flight Connections 5-22-15

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

Randy Lange: K Nick Folk has some thoughts on the NFL's extra point rule change.

Darryl Slater: STC Bobby April disagrees with Jay Feely's criticism of the new extra point.

Kristian Dyer: FB J.C. Copeland chases his NFL dream and skips his final college exam.

The Jets Blog: Scouting QB Bryce Petty.

Turn On The Jets: Film on QB Geno Smith.

Dom Cosentino: WR Brandon Marshall and CB Antonio Cromartie talk trash about Jets practice.

Rich Cimini: The Jets rank 176th in an ESPN salary survey.

Crain's Detroit: The Detroit Lions move their preseason games to Fox 2.

Football Outsiders: The biggest hole on each team's roster in the AFC East.

Pro Football Focus: Quarterbacks in focus against the blitz.

ESPN: The NFL's best and worst uniforms. Did the NFL troll the New England Patriots on social media again?

CSN NE: Patriots owner Robert Kraft is trying to look out for his team's best interests. Or is he just full of hot air?

Andrew Brandt: Patriots QB Tom Brady's suspension appeal is the next episode of the NFL DeflateGate drama.

Barry Wilner: NFL owners concluded an especially hectic spring meetings.

Brian Galliford: Buffalo Bills DT Marcell Dareus is suspended for one game.

Aaron Wilson: Breaking down Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill's deal.

Mile High Report: Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning writes a farewell letter to David Letterman. He is an Indianapolis Colts fan, I would guess.

Battle Red Blog: The Houston Texans release OT Tyson Clabo.

Bill Pennington: New York Giants OT Will Beatty is sidelined with a muscle tear.

Jarrett Bell: San Diego Chargers CEO Dean Spanos is caught between San Diego's history and Los Angeles' lure.

Baltimore Sun: Former Baltimore Ravens RB Ray Rice's domestic violence charges are dismissed by a New Jersey judge.

Associated Press: Former players say that the NFL conspired to push painkillers.

Football Zebras: Top ten signs that your crew has a bad official.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing, where you can talk about random stuff, like knowing the difference between Memorial Day and Veteran's Day.

And because it's May, here is Iron Maiden May-den with "Rainbow's Gold":

Have a great weekend, everyone!