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Flight Connections 07/28/17: Leonard Williams thinks a New York Jets Super Bowl is realistic, Jeremy Bates is going to work on Christian Hackenberg

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

Connor Hughes: Which Jets players have the most to prove in training camp?

Neil Best: Bill Cowher believes the Jets need to re-establish and not rebuild.

Manish Mehta: 2017 will be a fun and exciting season for the Jets.

Kimberley A. Martin: Five issues facing the Jets when training camp begins.

Eric Allen: The quarterback race is set to begin.

Darryl Slater: Five things QB Christian Hackenberg must show the Jets in training camp.

Rich Cimini: QB Coach Jeremy Bates is back and going to work on Hackenberg.

Randy Lange: Will the tight end return to the offense?

Brian Costello: This is DE Muhammad Wilkerson's make or break season.

NFL.com: DE Leonard Williams says it is definitely realistic for the Jets to win the Super Bowl soon.

The Advocate: The Jets claim former New Orleans Saints RB Marcus Murphy off waivers.

NY Jets: Undrafted memories with WR Robby Anderson.

Pro Football Talk: The Houston Texans claim WR Devin Street.

Canal Street Chronicles: The Saints are signing OL Orlando Franklin.

Jeff Hartman: RB Le'Veon Bell is not expected to show at Pittsburgh Steelers training camp today.

Lorenzo Reyes: QB Kirk Cousins says he is in a good place with Washington this season.

Jarrett Bell: Dallas Cowboys LB Jaylon Smith appears to be nearing a return to the field.

Lindsay H. Jones: Takkarist McKinley gets into the mix at Atlanta Falcons training camp.

David Chao: A plea for the timely truth about football's link to brain disease.

Deadspin: Texans OL John Urschel smartly quits football.

Associated Press: Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco is out with a back injury.

Sports Illustrated: QB Cam Newton adjusts to the Carolina Panthers' new offense.

Pro Football Talk: New York Giants WR Odell Beckham wants to be the highest paid player in the league.

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