New York Jets Flight Connections 1-25-14

Matty Ice. - Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Daily links connecting you to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters!  Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...

USA Today: DEs Sheldon Richardson and Muhammad Wilkerson formed the heart of a new-look New York defense.  No love for DT Damon Harrison, huh? Seven reasons to watch the Pro Bowl.  CB Antonio Cromartie and C Nick Mangold are two of them.

Jets Staff: The Jets are reviewing training camp options.

The Jets Setter: Will the Jets explore veteran options at quarterback?

Turn On The Jets: Picturing a pragmatic off-season approach.

ESPN: The Buffalo Bills have hired Jim Schwartz as defensive coordinator.

Miami Herald: Miami Dolphins executive Dawn Aponte is the woman in the middle.

AP: New England Patriots executive Nick Caserio interviewed for the Dolphins GM job.

New York Times: Super Bowl snow may be real.

New York Times: Is it immoral to watch the Super Bowl?

Jersey Journal: There is plenty to do for Hudson County residents and visitors without tickets.

Asbury Park Press: The real cost of the Super Bowl for New Jersey residents.

The Record: Super Bowl visitors guide to North Jersey.

AP: New York City cops will keep a close eye on Super Bowl fans.

AP: A lawsuit focuses on the tab for the Super Bowl venue's turf.

AP: Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman was fined for taunting. Tampa Bay Buccaneers CB Darrelle Revis said that Sherman was all "me, me, me, me".

AP: Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning and Sherman are both worth celebrating.

OSN: John Elway informs Peyton that he'll take things from here.  (It's just a headline and a picture.)

Daily News: Seahawks HC Pete Carroll opened up about his time with the Jets.

KHON2: Rich Miano and other NFL greats were honored.

NFL Communications: The NFL provides grants to Hawaiian non-profit organizations.

AP: The Pro Bowl is a fitting encore to cap the career of Atlanta Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez.

AP: The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center gets a concussion study grant from the NFL.

AP: Former Dallas Cowboys DT Josh Brent got 180 days in jail and probation.

Acme Packing Company: Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy reflects on his rookie year.

Shutdown Corner: Cleveland Browns HC Mike Pettine explains his daughter's unexcited tweet.

Buffalo Wins: Q&A about Donnie Henderson.  He was in consideration for Bills DC, but it's still worth a read because it's John B's answers.

Buffalo Wins: Q&A about Eric Mangini.

Vandy Sports: Vanderbilt announced former Jets conditioning director Bill Hughan as Director of Football Sports Performance.

247 Sports: Gerald Alexander has embarked on his second career.

New York Post: Jerricho Cotchery is helping to groom the incoming draft class.

SB Nation: 2014 NFL Draft top 200 big board.

ESPN: Mel Kiper Jr. re-grades the 2013 draft and bumps up the Jets' original grade.

Here are yesterday's links.

Here is the thread about nothing.

Here are kids reenacting the Sherminator's interview:

Some more NFL bad lip reading:

Enjoy your weekend, everyone!

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