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New York Jets Flight Connections 5/19/16

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

NY Jets: A scouting report on OLB Jordan Jenkins.

NFL.com: CB Buster Skrine says that the Jets will have a great secondary.

Rich Cimini: The Jets have a more dramatic history with quarterbacks than with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Darryl Slater: QB Christian Hackenberg will attend the NFLPA rookie premiere.

Seth Walder: Why Hackenberg has been sacked by NFL analytics.

Manish Mehta: Bart Scott's ignorance, TE Jace Amaro's future and troubles along the offensive line.

Eagle Tribune: Bill Parcells deserves to be a New England Patriots Hall of Famer.

Buffalo Rumblings: Buffalo Bills RB Dri Archer is placed on the reserve/did not report list.

The Sports Quotient: Bills DE Shaq Lawson's injury may derail his rookie season.

Associated Press: The Denver Broncos are clinging to the "no respect" card.

Associated Press: QB Sam Bradford has no regrets and is ready to move on with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Football Zebras: Formerly on the dirtiest players list, Jon Runyan is named the NFL disciplinary czar.

AZ Central: Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer is addicted to the pursuit of the Super Bowl.

ESPN: Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown is focused on becoming the NFL's best player.

Deadspin: Steelers LB James Harrison wasn't allowed to film his drug test.

Pro Football Talk: The NFL explains the ban on players recording their tests.

SB Nation: Five NFL players who have one year to prove that they're worth the big money.

Emily Kaplan: New York Giants WR Odell Beckham is a football god and a style god.

Robert Klemko: The Oakland Raiders explore the move to Las Vegas.

Andrew Brandt: Overcoming the NFL's fear and loathing of Las Vegas.

Chase Stuart: A look at the 2016 Vegas futures win totals.

New York Times: Inglewood, California pins their hopes for a commercial revival on the Los Angeles Rams.

Mashable: Former San Francisco LB Patrick Willis is thriving in retirement as a Silicon Valley tech worker.

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