New York Jets Flight Connections 1-27-14

Ron Antonelli

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 today...

The Jet Press: Being a journalist means never having to say you are sorry.

Turn On The Jets: QB Mark Sanchez should be a fall back option and not a scapegoat.

SB Nation: CB Antonio Cromartie tries to run back a field goal at the end of the Pro Bowl but nobody pays attention.

The Jets Blog: Cromartie and C Nick Mangold were on the winning team.

Uni-Watch: One of the sadder aspects of covering the uniform beat is to watch the Pro Bowl.

USA Today: NFLPA executive Domonique Foxworth says that players are concerned about injuring teammates in the Pro Bowl.

New York Times: Hoping to sail to glory, the Denver Broncos first board a ship.  That reminds me, didn't "Black Sails" premiere last night.  How was it?  No spoilers, Jane.

Denver Post: The Broncos arrive in Super Bowl territory as the star attraction.  The last time I saw the mayor of Jersey City with some significance was in an episode of "Boardwalk Empire".

Denver Post: Broncos S Mike Adams has a dream of walking home after the Super Bowl.

Conor Orr: In HC John Fox, the Broncos have the ultimate calming influence.

Rich Cimini: Fox says that the Jets have a phenomenal facility.

Darryl Slater: The 1994 Jets recall the impact of Seattle Seahawks HC Pete Carroll's eclectic methods.

The Post: Carroll wouldn't change his time with the Jets.

New York Times: Boomer Esiason weighs in on the Super Bowl, HC Rex Ryan's contract, and concussions.

MMQB: Seahawks fans are finally being heard.

New York Times: The Super Bowl is already putting big pressure on a weatherman.  Well, a high pressure system would be good.

AP: The Super Bowl will be the coldest but could also be the greenest.

AP: The Super Bowl is not so much an economic boom for New York City.

ESPN: Don Shula is not a fan of a cold-weather Super Bowl.  Maybe he believes they should play in mud instead.

Delaware Online: The real Super Bowl competition is New York vs. New Jersey for revenue.

Newsroom America: Some facts about the host of the Super Bowl.

Palm Beach Post: After being rebuffed by other candidates, the Miami Dolphins finally hired GM Dennis Hickey.

ESPN: Do the Dolphins properly value a GM?

Miami Herald: Dolphins WR Mike Wallace says that things must change. The Cleveland Browns might make a run at Dallas Cowboys OC Bill Callahan.

New York Times: For a Cowboys star with dementia, time is running out.

The State: The Carolina Panthers and HC Ron Rivera will begin contract extension negotiations.

Over the Cap: Top heavy spending in the NFL.

Advance NFL Stats: The value of a timeout, part 2.

Here are yesterday's links if you're feeling nostalgic.

And now, some NYC tourist tips:

Have a great week, everyone!

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