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New York Jets Flight Connections 10/12/16

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

Mike Vaccaro: Two Jets teams that give you hope this season isn't dead.

Darryl Slater: HC Todd Bowles says he's not considering staff changes.

Darryl Slater: WR Brandon Marshall says that the Jets 1-4 start is challenging their relationships.

Eric Allen: The Jets claim WR Jeremy Butler and release WR Jeremy Ross.

Rich Cimini: Why is DE Muhammad Wilkerson in a slack slump. I'm not $ure.

NY Jets: OLB Lorenzo Mauldin talks about cooking pasta, travel and family.

NY Jets: Scouting the Arizona Cardinals.

Revenge of the Birds: The Cardinals re-sign RB Kerwynn Williams. Paint the town red.

DNA Info: Stephen Bowen opens a Harlem hookah lounge.

Seattle Times: The Seattle Seahawks add FB Julian Howsare to the practice squad.

Baltimore Sun: The Baltimore Ravens sign OL Vladimir Ducasse.

Danny Kelly: The Ravens need to fix their offense.

Stephen White: Atlanta Falcons LB Vic Beasley outproduced his whole rookie season in one game.

Pro Football Talk: The Miami Dolphins sign CB Chimdi Chekwa and OL Sam Young.

Pro Football Focus: What's wrong with the Carolina Panthers?

Football Zebras: The San Diego Chargers did not lose a yard to referee error prior to their missed field goal.

Associated Press: Philadelphia Eagles RT Lane Johnson is suspended ten games.

Associated Press: The Cleveland Browns shuffle quarterbacks again.

Deadspin: A report disputes that Washington LB Su'a Cravens needs glasses for a very long time after a concussion.

Vice Sports: The NFL fullback isn't dead yet.

Here's some hope for you:

And New Jersey's own Bouncing Souls says you're just hopeless:

Happy hump day!