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Deion Barnes is switching to #94.
Deion Barnes is switching to #94.
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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...

Eric Allen: Five things we learned on report day.

Bob Glauber: The deal with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is good for both sides.

Brian Costello: WR Brandon Marshall is the Jets' most important player.

Seth Walder: Grading the Jets defensive backs.

Newsday: Can the Jets improve on the number four ranked defense this season?

MarketWatch: What LB Josh Martin's tax return looks like.

Pats Pulpits: The New England Patriots have signed TE Bear Pascoe.

Pro Football Talk: Patriots OC Josh McDaniels likes the way QB Jimmy Garoppolo is working.

Associated Press: Five time All-Pro Kevin Williams retires with the Minnesota Vikings.

USA Today: Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says that DE Randy Gregory needs help.

Turf Show Times: The Los Angeles Rams released QB Nick Foles following an extended mismanagement.

Baltimore Beatdown: Baltimore Ravens WR Mike Wallace has not passed the conditioning test.

Canal Street Chronicles: The New Orleans Saints sign WR Hakeem Nicks to a one year deal.

The Sports Quotient: The Cleveland Browns are heading in the right direction.

Tom Ley: Denver Broncos S Shiloh Keo did not feel like justice was being served on the night of his arrest.

Barry Petchesky: The NFL funded youth football program doesn't actually reduce concussions.

Chase Stuart: Former Vikings and Arizona Cardinals HC Dennis Green's career intertwined with some of the most interesting quarterbacks of his era.

Football Zebras: There are more officials in the development pipeline as the NFL expands its training program.

Football Outsiders: The worst cornerback charting stats of 2015.

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

Here is Eddie Money:

I'm guessing pretty much everybody passed their conditioning test yesterday:

Happy Thursday!