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.
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.
Cleveland.com: 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!