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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links February 27, 2013

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links February 27, 2013
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  • Revis: An Asset to the Jets
    Team Won’t Discuss What-If Scenarios, But NFL Pundits Weigh In on NFL’s Top Corner
  • 2013 NFL Combine: Day 4 Recap
    Frank Giasone recaps day 4 of the NFL Scouting Combine. Who should New York Jets fans keep their eyes on?
  • Good news: Safety in numbers
    The scouting combine wrapped up Tuesday with the cornerback and safety drills. The Jets have a keen interest in safeties, considering LaRon Landry and Yeremiah Bell are free agents and Eric Smith was released. Good news: Scouts say it’s a deep safety class, headed by Kenny Vaccaro (Texas), who could crack the top 10.

    The 40-yard dash results


    Shamarko Thomas, Syracuse — 4.42

    Earl Wolff, North Carolina State — 4.44

    Shawn Williams, Georgia — 4.

  • JetNation Radio: Episode 1
    We would like to thank our hosts Dennis Agapito and Tyson Rauch for a successful launch to JetNation Radio.  Episode one has been recorded and you can click play above to listen to the recorded version.  Dennis and Tyson recap the off-season to date and look at some of the tough contract decisions that the [...]
  • New York Jets – Embrace The Rebuild
    The New York Jets and their fanbase need to embrace the needed rebuilding process that will occur during the 2013 season
  • The latest on the Revis situation: Crickets

    Hold the hysteria, people. Nothing has changed with the Darrelle Revis situation. Absolutely nothing.

    No, the New York Jets haven’t conducted any formal talks with Revis’ agents, according to sources. And, yes, the Jets listened to teams at the scouting combine that inquired about the star cornerback, sources confirmed. Does this mean Revis is finished with the Jets?

    Headline writers are hyperventilating, but check the calendar — it’s Feb. 26.

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