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New York Jets Flight Connections 10/13/16

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

NY Jets: HC Todd Bowles' press conference.

Laura Albanese: Bowles is facing his former Arizona Cardinals teams for the first time.

Mike Vaccaro: The Jets slapped away every single positive from last year.

Rich Cimini: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick ultimately will pay for WR Eric Decker's injury.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: WR Brandon Marshall makes motivational shirts for the Jets.

Brian Costello: Diagnosing what's gone wrong for the Jets' running game.

Darryl Slater: CB Darrelle Revis, C Nick Mangold and ILB David Harris were sidelined at practice.

Connor Hughes: CB Marcus Gilchrist explains how much communication goes on in the Jets' secondary.

Eric Allen: DE Muhammad Wilkerson says the Jets have to keep on fighting.

NY Jets: The Jets acquire CB Nick Marshall.

The Metro: Cardinals QB Carson Palmer has the ability to shred the Jets secondary.

Pats Pulpit: The New England Patriots sign WR Shaq Evans.

Kevin Nogle: HC Adam Gase is looking to turn the inept Miami Dolphins into the team he wants them to be.

Danny Kelly: The future of football is here, and it's flexible.

David Fucillo: San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick's contract restructure is done.

Chris Pokorny: Cleveland Browns LG Joel Bitonio will miss extended time with a mid foot injury.

Nate Davis: History shows the Carolina Panthers' post Super Bowl struggles come as no surprise. The Jets are still struggling with it since '69.

Chase Stuart: QB Dak Prescott and RB Ezekiel Elliott put the Dallas Cowboys back on top.

Blogging the Boys: WR Dez Bryant was back at practice for the Cowboys.

Associated Press: QB Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers hope they're done finding new ways to lose. Back to the old ones.

Associated Press: The New York Giants are not throwing QB Eli Manning under the bus.

Football Zebras: Calm signals are the sign of under control officiating.

Time for some Echo and the Bunnymen:

And the Who:

Have a great day!