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Jordan Jenkins will wear #48.
Jordan Jenkins will wear #48.
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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...

NY Jets: Jets cameras and RB Matt Forte travel to NOLA.

Malden Observer: RT Breno Giacomini hosts a football camp.

Connor Hughes: Training camp position battle at outside linebacker.

Seth Walder: Grading the Jets wide receivers.

Darryl Slater: Opponents might target CB Buster Skrine.

The Ringer: The Jets wade into the great quarterback unknown.

Dom Cosentino: Ex Jets great Gerry Philbin helped Buddy Ryan launch his coaching career.

Jenny Vrentas: Buffalo Bills HC Rex Ryan remembers Buddy.

Chase Stuart: The Ryan Index, part two.

The Ringer: Ryan hated opposing quarterbacks but fought for his players.

Silver and Black Pride: Ryan left an indelible mark on NFL history.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: The Hall of Fame is on the horizon for former Green Bay Packers QB Brett Favre.

Stampede Blue: Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck signs a contract through 2021.

Daily Norseman: Minnesota Vikings WR Cordarelle Patterson admits that he needs to work harder.

Revenge of the Birds: Former Arizona Cardinals DE Cory Redding calls it a career.

ESPN: The Dallas Cowboys have the best shot of going from worst to first in their division.

The Sports Quotient: Will the new look Washington wideouts surpass 2015?

Pro Football Focus: Does a shutdown corner exist in today's NFL?

Football Outsiders: Quarterbacks and salary in 2015.

Mike Florio: A judge throws out all the remaining claims against the NFL in the fantasy convention lawsuit.

James Walker: What will Miami Dolphins OL Laremy Tunsil do for QB Ryan Tannehill?

Mike Reiss: DT Malcom Brown is a good example of the New England Patriots' solid scouting.

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