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New York Jets Flight Connections 4/3/23

Bringing your daily links to the NFL’s New York Jets

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Good morning, Gang Green Nation. I hope you’re all having a great start to the day. Shout out to Mr. Wells for holding down the fort over the weekend as usual. ESPN’s Rich Cimini has speculated that despite the transformations we’ve seen from Mekhi Becton this offseason, the Jets are unlikely to sign his fifth-year option. This comes after Becton has missed the last two seasons with differing injuries, on top of multiple weight concerns for the LT. Personally, I think it’s probably the right decision for the team, even though I believe Becton could have All-Pro potential. It remains to be seen if Becton can play to that form, but we will find out this season whether or not Becton can live up to his first-round ceiling. Until then, here are your links to the team to start your morning.

Thomas Christopher - NY Jets: The pressure is on for Joe Douglas and Robert Saleh

Rich Cimini - New York Jets could return to 'Hard Knocks'

Michael Nania - NY Jets captain tells 'Hard Knocks' to stay away

Timothy Rapp - Jets Rumors: NYJ 'Promised' Mecole Hardman He Would Receive Expanded Role from Chiefs

Justin Fried - NY Jets 'hope to sign' Pro Bowl center Ben Jones in free agency

Michael Nania - Fletcher Cox admits he almost signed with NY Jets

Mark Inabinett - New York Jets like production of their Alabama prep tacklers

Michael Nania - NY Jets: Sauce Gardner's dominance stems from an unnoticed skill

Ryan Moran - New York Jets: 2 underrated DT draft prospects

Michael Nania - NY Jets 7-round mock draft: But every pick is analytics-based

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

I hope you all have a safe and wonderful rest of the day.


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