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Flight Connections 03/29/17: Todd Bowles to be more involved with New York Jets offense, Christian Hackenberg could get a chance

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

Randy Lange: HC Todd Bowles mourns the veteran departures but is excited about the young guys.

Gary Myers: Bowles has a long to-do list to get the Jets back on track.

Kimberley A. Martin: Bowles wants to be more involved with the Jets' offense.

Eric Allen: The Jets will have an open competition at quarterback. ...Let's get competitiony!

Brian Costello: The Jets are giving QB Christian Hackenberg his shot at starting.

Steve Serby: This is when Hackenberg reveals who he is. ...Isn't there any video of him that will show that?

Rich Cimini: The Jets are stockpiling potential replacements for C Nick Mangold.

Darryl Slater: Bowles expects more from DE Muhammad Wilkerson.

Daily News: Bowles still doesn't care about Jets players being late.

NFL.com: Bowles says joining the New England Patriots would be great for CB Darrelle Revis. ...And the Jets receivers.

Kristian Dyer: The Jets and New York Giants attended the Wagner College and Kent State pro days.

Tom Rock: Giants HC Ben McAdoo is excited to have QB Geno Smith on the roster.

Daily Caller: Former NFL star Nick Lowery is concerned about the Corporation for National Service.

Miami Herald: The Miami Dolphins hope to keep the best center in football on the field.

CSN Philly: The Philadelphia Eagles sign DE Chris Long to a two year deal. ...Peace! Tell me what I did wrong.

Pro Football Talk: The Detroit Lions president asks a favor of NFL schedule makers.

SB Nation: HC Hue Jackson won't say the Cleveland Browns are drafting Myles Garrett.

SB Nation: The NFL's new ban on leaping kick blocks is sad but smart.

SB Nation: The NFL approved 8 new rules during the owners meeting.

Battle Red Blog: Should NFL teams pay for their stadiums?

Robert Klemko: The NFL can't outrun their legacy of abuse.

Andy Benoit: Inside the minds of the NFL's six new coaches.

Dave Halprin: TE Jason Witten signs a four year extension with the Dallas Cowboys.

Barry Petchesky: Will will the Oakland Raiders play the next three years?

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