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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links May 25, 2013

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links May 25, 2013
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  • Manish Mehta Leaves Jets Beat
    Jason McIntyre from Big Lead Sports is reporting that Manish Mehta will no longer be the NY Jets beat reporter for the Daily News. Jets fans – same NYDN peeps who told me Hoops Weiss was laid off are saying@mmehtanydn is moving off NY Jets beat. New role will be [1of2] — Jason McIntyre (@TheBigLead) [...]
  • Manish Mehta leaves the Jets Beat; Moves to Inside NFL Writer
    It looks like Jets Beat Writer Manish Mehta is moving on from the New York Jets Football beat.

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

  • Jets News – 5/25/13
    Here is a recap of New York Jets news on Saturday May 25th: Mike Goodson has been in trouble before Brett Favre’s inappropriate text message case settled The Jets Blog gives some thoughts on how Chris Ivory wants the ball Here is a discussion thread on Joe Namath’s comments about the Jets QB situation
  • The latest on Mike Goodson
    Mike Goodson has yet to play a down for the Jets, but he has created many headlines — for the wrong reasons.

    The veteran running back, who was arrested eight days ago on gun and weapons charges, will return to practice next week, according to a source. He sat out the first week of OTA practices, which are voluntary (wink, wink), amid the fallout of his arrest.

    Meanwhile, investigated Goodson’s background, discovering he arrived in New York with a trail of legal issues.

  • Jets Join Thousands at ALR Walk
    Highlights of a Sensational Saturday in New Jersey as More than $600,000 Was Raised for the Alliance for Lupus Research Foundation.
  • 107-Day New York Jets Warning – Summer Loving!
    Counting down the days until the New York Jets season starts with reasons to be excited for 2013…welcome summer!

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