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New York Jets Flight Connections 4/7/23

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. The Jets finally signed a former Packers quarterback, but it isn’t Aaron Rodgers. The team signed veteran QB Tim Boyle to a one-year deal. Boyle has familiarity with Hackett’s system, playing under him during his time in Green Bay. While it isn’t the most exciting backup to be named, Boyle at least knows the system and will be able to help the team during the early practice stages if Rodgers isn’t available - for whatever reason. Hopefully, the team still drafts a QB in the later portions of this year’s draft. Or, at the very least, have some type of game plan in place if and when Rodgers retires. Until then, here are your links to the team to start your morning.

Randy Lange - NBC Sports' Peter King Sees Jets Playing 10+ National TV Games, Including Week 1

Rich Cimini - Even if Jets trade for Aaron Rodgers, they need another quarterback

Ethan Greenberg - Jets Sign QB Tim Boyle

Brian Costello - Jets adding ex-Packers QB Tim Boyle amid Aaron Rodgers saga

Michael Nania - NY Jets add former Packers backup to compete vs. Zach Wilson

Andy Vasquez - Jets add veteran QB with ties to Aaron Rodgers | What it means for Zach Wilson

David Wyatt-Hupton - Is Rodgers Delay Impacting Free Agency?

Ralph Ventre - Mr. Jones Set to Visit Broadway ahead of 2023 NFL Draft

Jeremy Reisman - 2023 NFL mock draft: New York Jets select WR Quentin Johnston

Andy Vasquez - Jets 7-round mock draft: How Joe Douglas should fill key needs with 3 picks in top 50

Michael Nania - Tyreek Hill's announcement confirms NY Jets won by missing out

Jim Gehman - Where Are They Now: Richie Anderson

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

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


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