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New York Jets Flight Connections 06-26-13
- Updated: June 26, 2013
Happy Hump Day, everyone. Here are your daily New York Jets links for today…
Deadspin: Mark Sanchez looks like he had a grand old time. Takin’ her easy for all us sinners.
NFL.com: Geno Smith says that Adam Jones was open about his past.
Randy Lange: The relentless Dennis Landolt preps for another camp.
Kristian Dyer: Kris Jenkins defends the embattled Paula Deen.
Daily Texan Online: Jim Hudson, a member of the Super Bowl Jets, has died.
Pro Football Talk: The police can’t be accused of showing a Patriot favorable treatment.
Sports Illustrated: The Aaron Hernandez saga is just the latest dark cloud hovering over the Pats.
Over the Cap: The best and worst contracts of the New England Patriots.
Sporting News: Cleveland Browns rookie Ausar Walcott is charged with attempted murder.
AP: No charges have been filed against Maurice Jones-Drew in an alleged bar fight.
Palm Beach Post: Brian Hartline wants Miami fans, not New York fans, at their stadium.
Star-Ledger: The Super Bowl committee sponsors three community projects.
AP: The NFLPA will be in Chicago’s Gay Pride Parade.
Happy 6-26, Gang Green Gangsters!
Click here for yesterday’s links, in case you missed them.