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New York Jets Flight Connections 3/5/16

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

Vice Sports: The Jets were not able to step on the throat of a weak schedule.

NY Jets: WR Eric Decker and man's best friend.

Eric Allen: The big board.

Connor Hughes: The Jets are comfortable starting OL Brent Qvale at either left or right tackle.

Rich Cimini: The Jets could take a wrecking ball to the aging offensive line.

Canal Street Chronicles: Defensive line UFAs. Head on over there and let them know we came up with the 'Sons of Anarchy nickname here at GGN way before Gruden.

Pro Football Talk: After two years away TE Kellen Winslow wants to make a comeback.

James Walker: The Miami Dolphins are not likely to make a big splash in free agency.

John Wawrow: The Buffalo Bills release CB Leodis McKelvin.

Mike Reiss: The New England Patriots inform LB Darius Fleming of his release.

Barry Petchesky: The Atlanta Falcons apologize for asking a combine prospect if he likes men.

Danny Kelly: If the money is close DE Bruce Irvin will stay with the Seattle Seahawks.

Indianapolis Star: How QB Andrew Luck's contract will impact the Indianapolis Colts.

USA Today: Baltimore Ravens LB Terrell Suggs is arrested for driving with a suspended license.

Associated Press: Cleveland Browns LB Armonty Bryant is suspended four games by the NFL.

SB Nation: The Chicago Bears are working to trade TE Martellus Bennett.

SB Nation: One player each NFL team should target in free agency.

Pro Football Focus: Bold moves for every AFC team.

ESPN: Albert Haynesworth says that a brain aneurysm nearly killed him.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is the thread about nothing, where you can talk about random stuff, like Penn Station.

Time for some Nirvana:

Fountains of Wayne says, lead us not into Penn Station:

Have a great day!