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New York Jets Flight Connections 6-5-15

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

Stu Woo: The Jets work through spring practices with few lineup questions.

George Willis: HC Todd Bowles is already showing the offense more love.

Eric Allen: Workhorse WR Brandon Marshall is admired by his peers.

Don Banks: RB Zac Stacy reflects on the draft and the trade from the St. Louis Rams.

Rich Cimini: There were some hiccups for QB Bryce Petty. Bust.

Kimberley A. Martin: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is ready to take over if QB Geno Smith falters.

Darryl Slater: Will CB Dee Milliner be ready for Jets training camp? Click to find out!

Rich Cimini: DE Muhammad Wilkerson is undecided on whether to attend minicamp.

Dom Cosentino: Director of Player Personnel Brian Heimerdinger calls DE Leonard Williams a draft-day gift. It must have felt like hitting a humdinger.

Darryl Slater: Does DT Damon Harrison even belong on the NFL's all-underrated team? Click to find out!

The Jets Blog: Harrison on "Daily News Live".

JetNation: GM Mike Maccagnan, Bowles and Buffalo Bills HC Rex Ryan all on the same team.

Chicago Tribune: Hillcrest hires ex-NFL player Marquice Cole to coach football.

Associated Press: QB Tajh Boyd and college quarterbacks are in unfamiliar roles with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Andrew Brandt: NFL rookie contracts have changed how agents do business with players.

Mike Rodak: DT Marcell Dareus returned to Bill's OTA on Thursday.

Mike Reiss: There is a lot to learn for New England Patriots QB Jimmy Garoppolo in an interception filled OTA session. He just put a little too much air into it.

Associated Press: WR Lance Moore is trying to catch on with the Detroit Lions. Stiff competition there with WR Greg Salas.

Associated Press: TE Ben Watson is not changing his approach with the New Orleans Saints.

Associated Press: Washington is checking an off-field situation with Jamison Crowder.

Star Telegram: Dallas Cowboys rookie OL La'el Collins is working at left guard this week.

National Football Post: Why Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith will succeed in 2015.

Mile High Report: The son of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen was arrested on a domestic violence charge.

Deadspin: The Broncos have a fart tax, and LB Von Miller frequently pays it.

Turf Show Times: The St. Louis Rams modify support contracts to coincide with relocation deadline.

Field Gulls: The Seattle Seahawks promote five in their personnel/scouting department. Who will be the next John Idzik?

Associated Press: The Arizona Cardinals wrap up OTAs with an air of confidence.

SB Nation: The best number two receivers of the 2015 NFL season.

Football Zebras: Officiating crews for the 2015 season.

Pro Football Focus: Projected opportunities and tackles by team. The weakest defensive position groups.

CBS Sports: The AFC's most influential figures.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

And some Better Than Ezra:

And apparently, today is Nicko McBrain's birthday, so here is some Iron Maiden for you:

And a happy birthday to Oday Aboushi as well! Have a great weekend, everyone!