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New York Jets Flight Connections 04/13/17

Daily links connecting you to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

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

NY Jets: Prospect preview of running backs.

Kimberley A. Martin: QB Mitchell Trubisky will visit the Jets today.

Rich Cimini: Could the Jets dial up the Browns again to secure their quarterback of the future?

Rich Cimini: LSU S Jamal Adams is an intriguing pick for the Jets.

Connor Hughes: Who are the five players the Jets could draft at number six?

Brian Costello: The Jets' draft luxury is gone for GM Mike Maccagnan's make-or-break moment.

Darryl Slater: C Wesley Johnson signs his restricted free agent tender.

The Republic: The Los Angeles Chargers re-sign TE Jeff Cumberland despite his early injury.

Waco Tribune: Ex Baylor RB Lache Seastrunk signs with Centex Cavalry.

Kristian Dyer: A day in the life of a Jets and New York Giants hopeful.

Emily Kaplan: 24 hours with Patrick Mahomes.

Jeanna Thomas: Dalvin Tomlinson is the 2017 NFL Draft's man of many talents.

SB Nation: The Cleveland Browns have a pair of first round picks again and a chance to finally get it right.

SB Nation: Former Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning finally reveals what "Omaha" meant.

CBS Sports: NFL stars like Broncos OLB Von Miller and an army of young sack artists swear by the teachings of Chuck Smith.

The Sports Quotient: Are the Minnesota Vikings better off without RB Adrian Peterson?

The Oregonian: The Seattle Seahawks haven't lowered the asking price for CB Richard Sherman.

Football Outsiders: 2016 adjusted games lost by unit.

Kevin Nogle: WR Jarvis Landry says that the Miami Dolphins will sweep the New England Patriots in 2017.

Albert Breer: Jared Goff, Paxton Lynch and Carson Wentz eye a pivotal year.

Did you know that Billy Joel's PianoMan is a superhero?:

He teamed up with Elton John's RocketMan:

And they fought Bob Dylan's TambourineMan:

Happy Thursday!