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Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links June 3, 2013

Today’s Jets Twit Directory Links June 3, 2013
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  • Barnes eager to repeat 11 in ’11
    One of the Jets’ most intriguing offseason additions is OLB Antwan Barnes, who is reunited with Rex Ryan after a five-year hiatus. If the Jets get the Barnes of 2011, when he recorded 11 sacks for the Chargers, their sagging pass rush will step up in class. If they get the ’12 Barnes — only three sacks — it’ll be disappointing.

    Barnes, 28, said he feels revitalized because of his familiarity with Ryan and his system, and because he senses a huge opportunity.

  • JTL Willie Colon: ‘Trying to be the Spark’
    Bronx Native Promises to Play with an Edge, Says O-Line Wants to be the “Bullies on the Block”
  • No Huddle – New York Jets Off-Season Exhaustion Edition
    TJ Rosenthal goes No Huddle on lingering issues of the New York Jets off-season
  • TOJ Interview – New York Jets WR Ryan Spadola
    Turn On The Jets interviews New York Jets rookie wide receiver Ryan Spadola
  • Cro the Mentor?
    Antonio Cromartie is mentoring the rookies? Why this isn’t a crazy idea.

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  • Sunday notes: Namath takes on Rex
    Checking out the Jets and the NFL:

    1. Another cup of Joe: I realize some people might be Namath-ed out after the last few days, but I’d like to share some leftovers from our conversation the other day. Joe Namath has very strong opinions (gee, what a shock) on Rex Ryan. He doesn’t care for Ryan’s player-friendly approach, which he believes contributed to the team’s two-year slide.

    “I’ve always said I’ve never seen that kind of coaching style before in my life,” Namath said.

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