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New York Jets Flight Connections 2/19/16

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

NY Jets: Analyst Brian Baldinger expects the Jets to retain many players.

Eric Allen: The Jets' free agency puzzle.

Randy Lange: K Kyle Brindza is waived after his Achilles tear.

Rich Cimini: Did the Jets save enough money to pay QB Ryan Fitzpatrick?

Darryl Slater: The Jets offered a contract to CFL pass rusher Tristan Okpalaugo.

Kimberley A. Martin: DE Muhammad Wilkerson says that he is doing well.

New Jersey Herald: A Hardyston boy gets a special visit from DE Mike Catapano.

Lex 18: Former NFL WR Craig Yeast is the new offensive coordinator at Franklin College.

New York Post: Former NFL players are suing football helmet maker Riddell.

Andrew Brandt: Commissioner Roger Goodell is closing in on a full decade as in his tenure.

Mike Florio: The Daily News circles the wagons and turns the tables.

Danny Kelly: There is plenty of buzz around Seattle Seahawks OL J.R. Sweezy in free agency. Bring him in here, too.

Michael Salfino: Washington should be wary of committing to QB Kirk Cousins.

SB Nation: Four quarterbacks who could shape the NFL offseason.

Pro Football Focus: Re-signing CB Josh Norman is priority number one for the Carolina Panthers.

Cat Scratch Reader: Panthers DE Jared Allen is retiring after 12 seasons in the NFL.

Pride of Detroit: LB Stephen Tulloch appears to be done with the Detroit Lions.

Vice Sports: There's always next year for the New York Giants.

Associated Press: The Minnesota Vikings' offseason priority lies with the offensive line.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing, where you can talk about random stuff, like trying hockey for free.

I decided to cut together Van Halen's "Mean Street" with Martin Scorsese's "Mean Streets":

Have a great weekend, everyone!