New York Jets Flight Connections 1-26-14

Mark it zero. Next frame. - Al Bello

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 Pro Bowl Sunday...

Uni-Watch shares a a concept uniform for the Jets.

Rich Cimini voted for DE Sheldon Richardson as Defensive Rookie of the Year.

The Jet Press wants to have former Jets WR Jerricho Cotchery back.  I love J-Co but I'm not crazy about that idea.

Former Jets RB Emerson boozer explained why he chose to play in the AFL.

Former Jets TE Hayden Smith resumes his rugby career.

Former Jets CB Darrelle Revis believes he is fully healthy.

AP: The Pro Bowlers pull out tricks and hints of competition.

Football Zebras: Scott Green will head the Pro Bowl crew in his final game.

SB Nation: Let's stop saving the Pro Bowl.

NFP: The Super Bowl ticket shuffle.

The Inquirer: For New Jersey, the Super bowl brings money and maybe respect.

The Times of Trenton: The Garden State finally gets its due with the All-Jersey NFL Team.

Chris Burke: Cities that should host a Super Bowl.

Mike Vokunov: Jersey City welcomes Super Bowl week after months of preparation.

Steve Politi: Seven tips for Super Bowl visitors to stay on our good side in New Jersey.

Dave D'Allesandro: The Denver Broncos are galloping toward Jersey.

Peter King: Broncos DT Terrance Knighton will make an impact in the Super Bowl.   What about his partner Phillip?

Conor Orr: Broncos LB Shaun Phillips rode a missed connection to a homecoming.

AP: Broncos K Matt Prater was sent home sick from practice again.

USA Today: Broncos RB Knowshon Moreno plans to power through his sore ribs.

Seattle Times: Seattle Seahawks WR Percy Harvin has been cleared to play in the Super Bowl.

Ben Shpigel: Seahawks CB Richard Sherman is much more than just talk.

Mike Rodak: In hiring a veteran coach like Jim Schwartz, the Buffalo Bills are showing an urgency to win now.

Jarrett Bell: The Cleveland Browns' hardly inspiring coach hire better work. The Browns will target Baltimore Ravens LB Coach Don Martindale for DC if the Bills block LBs Coach Jim O'Neil.  Both HC Mike Pettine and "Wink" are familiar with each other, as detailed in the book "Collision Low Crossers".

Pro Football Mock: The Browns have fired their new HC after sixteen hours on the job.

AFC East Daily: Executive Nick Caserio used the Miami Dolphins to get a raise with the New England Patriots. New Orleans Saints TE Jimmy Graham said that a franchise tag would be unfortunate.

USA Today: The Detroit Lions are looking at another mammoth cap figure.

Over the Cap: Updated 2014 salary increases.

Pioneer Press: Texts support claims that the Minnesota VIking knew about the allegations by Chris Kluwe.  But the acted like they had no Kluwe.

Greg A. Bedard: The NFL's problem with underclassmen declaring for the draft is getting bigger.

Advanced NFL Stats: The value of a timeout.

Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.

Here are a couple of Pro Bowl videos from a few years ago, with C Nick Mangold mic'd up in practice:

I think that was the year that HC Rex Ryan was "tampering" with Oakland Raiders CB Nnamdi Asomugha.  Fun times.

And some video of that game includes former Jet Kevin Mawae and future Jet David Garrard:

Enjoy the rest of your weekend, folks!

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