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New York Jets Flight Connections 06/07/18

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

Rich Cimini: QB Sam Darnold's approach to his job is starting to reveal itself on the field.

Brian Costello: OL Dakoda Shepley is a featured extra in "Deadpool 2".

Darryl Slater: Can TE Jordan Leggett capably replace Austin Seferian-Jenkins? OL Antonio Garcia opens up about his illness and New England Patriots release.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets sign S J.J. Wilcox after S Rontez Miles has knee surgery.

Andy Vasquez: The Jets and S Jamal Adams surprise a Bergenfield guidance counselor.

Arrowhead Pride: The Kansas City Chiefs splitting up linebacker coaches is probably long overdue.

ProFootballTalk: Miami Dolphins WR DeVante Parker admits his career hasn’t gone to plan.

Samer Kalaf: HC Hue Jackson tries to motivate the Cleveland Browns by inadvertently making their helmets cooler.

Andy Benoit: Chicago Bears QB Mitchell Trubiskly's potential under HC Matt Nagy Could QB Davis Webb be the New York Giants' next starting quarterback

Associated Press: The Baltimore Ravens have been fined by the NFL and will lose two OTA days for a rules violation.

Associated Press: Denver Broncos LB Shane Ray will undergo another wrist surgery.

Indy Star: Indianapolis Colts DE Chris McCain is charged with battery.

Deadspin: Pittsburgh Steelers LB Ryan Shazier's dream is to return to the NFL.


Can TE Jordan Leggett capably replace Austin Seferian-Jenkins?

This poll is closed

  • 78%
    (260 votes)
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    (73 votes)
333 votes total Vote Now

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