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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links July 24, 2012

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links July 24, 2012
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  • Curtis Martin: “Football was like a headache to me”
    Curtis Martin on the heals of going into the hall of fame sat down with the media yesterday to talk about his football life. He didn’t like football, he didn’t like NY, and he certainly didn’t like…

    For more stories on the New York Jets and Social Media, visit Jets Twit! J-E-T-S TWIT TWIT TWIT!!

  • New York Jets: Five Training Camp Questions
    Five questions for the New York Jets heading into training camp
  • Jets Rookie Quinton Coples says on Twitter “Play Speaks for me no need for Words”
    Our first round pick Quinton Coples is a frequent tweeter. He talks to fans, and puts out messages with a tone that he is out to prove all the naysayers wrong that he’s not committed to playing…

    For more stories on the New York Jets and Social Media, visit Jets Twit! J-E-T-S TWIT TWIT TWIT!!

  • Lyons: Key Issue Facing Jets is Chemistry
    Jets Radio Color Man believes the Jets will benefit from their Cortland return.
  • FanSpeak: Ready for some football?

    Robin Lundberg hits the streets of Manhattan to ask New Yorkers if they are ready for the NFL season.

  • Otah’s impact on OL depth chart
    With former Panthers first-round pick Jeff Otah on the roster (assuming he passes his physical), let’s re-set the Jets’ offensive-line depth chart.

    Important notes: Vladimir Ducasse, kicked back and forth between left guard and right tackle, is expected to open camp at guard, where he worked in minicamp. They still don’t have a true center to back up Nick Mangold.

    TACKLE: D’Brickashaw Ferguson, Wayne Hunter, Jeff Otah, Austin Howard, Stephon Heyer, Dennis Landolt.

  • Camp preview: Tight end
    Breaking down the Jets, position by position, as we head to training camp:

    Position: Tight end

    Projected starter: Dustin Keller.

    Projected reserves: Jeff Cumberland, Josh Baker.

    New faces: Hayden Smith.

    Going, going, gone: Matthew Mulligan.

    Player to watch: This is a big year for Keller on a couple of levels. Without a proven wide receiver opposite Santonio Holmes, he’ll be the No. 2 option in the passing attack. It’s also a contract year for Keller, who would like to sign a long-term extension but has received a cool response from the organization.

  • New York Jets Swag: Buy Turn On The Jets Shirt
    Buy the Turn On The Jets shirt for the 2012 NFL season
  • Jets Trade For Otah To Help Bolster O-Line
    We all know that the Jets were attempting to trade Wayne Hunter this offseason. When they had no bites on the line, they decided to give him another chance, especially under new offensive line coach Dave Deguglielmo. Well today the Jets decided he needs some competition for the starting position and traded a conditional late [...]
  • Laron Landry Tweets to People Reacting to him on the PUP List
    Laron, acquired this off-season and is still nursing an injury, took to twitter to respond to people. I can only assume based on his tweet that he’s getting some hate tweets:

    For more stories on the New York Jets and Social Media, visit Jets Twit! J-E-T-S TWIT TWIT TWIT!!

  • Lunch with Curtis Martin, Hall of Famer
    In advance of his Aug. 4 induction to the Hall of Fame, Curtis Martin met a group of New York writers Monday over lunch at a midtown restaurant. Some leftovers from that wide-ranging interview:

    • Martin, who retired after sitting out the 2006 season with a severe knee injury, is a successful businessman. He’s also interested in investing in a professional soccer team, either in the MLS or the English Premier League. He said he twice came close to buying into an NFL franchise.

  • Jets Trade for Panthers’ Jeff Otah with Twitter Reaction
    Jets traded conditional 7th-round pick to Panthers for OT Jeff Otah. What does this mean for Wayne Hunter? Check out the Twitter Reaction!

    For more stories on the New York Jets and Social Media, visit Jets Twit! J-E-T-S TWIT TWIT TWIT!!

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