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Flight Connections 03/28/17: New York Jets at the owners meetings, Josh McCown's intangibles, Buster Skrine's charity event

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

Darryl Slater: Grading all of the Jets' offseason moves so far.

Darryl Slater: How would you feel about owner Woody Johnson's brother taking over the Jets' operations?

Rich Cimini: HC Todd Bowles should declare an open quarterback competition.

NY Jets: QB Josh McCown is loaded with intangibles.

Pro Football Talk: The Jets selected an NFL high seven quarterbacks in the past decade.

New York Post: CB Buster Skrine bails on a charity fitness event. ...His flight was delayed. How ironic, being a Jet and all.

New York Daily News: The New York Giants are interested in former Jets C Nick Mangold.

Cover 32: Giants WR Brandon Marshall speaks at the NFL annual owners meeting.

Realtor: Former Jets WR Santonio Holmes is selling his New Jersey townhouse.

SB Nation: LaVar Ball briefly played for the Jets and Carolina Panthers.

CSN Philly: Video of Ball getting whooped in a rec league game surfaces. The best players still available at every position.

Brandon Lee Gowton: NFL Films is making a feature about Kansas City Chiefs HC Andy Reid's coaching tree.

David Fucillo: The Cleveland Browns owner says he would not block former San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick signing if HC Hue Jackson wanted him.

Andy Benoit: Has former Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler thrown his last pass?

Josh Wilson: Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay says QB Andrew Luck will be completely healed by the 2017 season.

Matt Warren: The Buffalo Bills hire a talent consultant in the wake of their public relations turmoil.

Lindsay H. Jones: Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis offers season ticket refunds to fans.

Barry Petchesky: Why the vote to move the Raiders wasn't unanimous.

Albert Breer: Beyond Vegas, London is calling.

Jarrett Bell: It's time for the NFL to expand its replay rule.

SB Nation: The proposed NFL rule changes could have a big impact on the field.

SB Nation: The 13 best things from the NFL coaches photo in Phoenix.

ESPN: $6.7 billion later, the NFL has closed the Great Stadium Era.

ESPN: The New England Patriots use creative moves to get even better in free agency.

WFAA: Seattle Seahawks QB Trevone Boykin was arrested after the car he was riding in crashes into a bar.

USA Today: What's next for cities abandoned by NFL teams?

Pro Football Talk: Relocation is profitable for owners, but it cheapens their fans.

Football Zebras: The Las Vegas Raiders would create an officiating conundrum.

Football Outsiders: 2017 free agency cost benefit analysis.

Football Perspective: TD/INT ratio leaders.

How about some Counting Crows:

Happy T.D. Tuesday!