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Flight Connections 05/10/17: Brian Winters is looking to be a leader, New York Jets quarterbacks are working hard

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

Darryl Slater: DE Muhammad Wilkerson says that shots from critics just add fuel to the fire.

Randy Lange: Mitch Donahue's son is being coached by Hall of Fame LB Kevin Greene. ...Dylan Donahues's destination delights dad due to defensive director.

Randy Lange: OL Javarius Leamon has many ties to his new Green & White family.

Ethan Greenberg: OL Brian Winters is excited to build a brotherhood up front.

Tom Rock: WR Quincy Enunwa says that Jets quarterbacks have been working hard this offseason.

David Fucillo: Many viewed former San Francisco 49ers WR K.D. Cannon as one of the better UDFAs on the market.

New York Post: It is only natural to wonder if WR Eric Decker will be next on the chopping block.

Pro Football Focus: RB Bilal Powell will lead the charge from the Jets backfield.

Daily News: Former Jets C Nick Mangold weighs in on the possibility of joining the New England Patriots.

Stampede Blue: Rex Hogan is reportedly joining the Indianapolis Colts' front office. ...Here is one of Rex Hogan's highlights.

Gridiron Now: Alabama DL Coach Karl Dunbar was once an undercover cop in Louisiana.

Gopher Sports: Marion Barber earns his degree 40 years after enrolling.

SB Nation: The Buffalo Bills raid the Carolina Panthers again to hire their new general manager.

Associated Press: Denver Broncos OL Max Garcia is moving fromt he left side to the right.

Arizona Republic: The Arizona Cardinals meet with LB Daryl Washington.

Fort Worth Star Telegram: The Dallas Cowboys empower QB Dak Prescott as offseason leader.

USA Today: Aaron Hernandez's 2015 murder conviction is vacated.

Over the Cap: Compensatory draft picks update.

Pro Football Talk: The NFL names Alberto Riveron to lead the officiating department. ...Not to be confused with this guy.

Football Perspective: How did each passer rank the year before they won the Super Bowl?

Give Big Mo that which he desires:

Happy hump day, everyone!