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Flight Connections 07/27/17: New York Jets must struggle for the future, Matt Forte says Gang Green isn't concerned with tank talk

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

Kristian Dyer: The Jets must embrace the struggle for the future.

David Fucillo: The Jets are in prime position for the number one overall pick in 2018.

Conor Orr: RB Matt Forte says the Jets aren't concerned with the tanking talk.

Connor Hughes: It's been an awfully eventful year for ex Dallas Cowboys and new Jets WR Lucky Whitehead.

Barry Petchesky: The Cowboys might have really screwed up this Whitehead business.

Brian Costello: DE Sheldon Richardson's star can rise again, but will it be with the Jets?

Rich Cimini: The Jets could have eight starters in their first or second year.

NY Jets: Jets players test drive Porsches.

USA Today: New York Giants WR Brandon Marshall talks to NFL owners about mental health.

Pro Football Talk: San Diego Chargers HC Anthony Lynn says QB Cardale Jones is a good young talent.

New York Times: It's quarterback controversy season in the NFL.

Buffalo Rumblings: WR Anquan Boldin is still mulling the Buffalo Bills offer.

Football Outsiders: Miami Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry's value.

Pro Football Focus: The exotic smashmouth Tennessee Titans.

Mile High Report: The Denver Broncos trade a conditional 2019 7th round pick for Philadelphia Eagles G Allen Barbre.

Andrew Brandt: The Pittsburgh Steelers should want RB Le'Veon Bell to hold out.

Dom Cosentino: Houston Texans OL Duane Brown's holdout is a test.

Danny Kelly: Who will be the NFL's Comeback Player of the Year?

David Chao: NFL fans need not sweat the PUP designation.

Jason La Canfora: Why old school super-scout GMs are an endangered species in the NFL.

Jason Fitzgerald: Could a players strike work for the NFL players?

Mike Florio: Congress asks the NFL pointed questions about the unpaid $18 million to the NIH.

How about some Van Halen:

Happy Thursday, everyone!