Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links...
Bob Glauber: GM John Idzik hopes that the Jets will one day be in the Super Bowl.
NYJets.com: Owner Woody Johnson brought RoboCop to NYC schoolkids.
NJ.com: In an address to his players, HC Rex Ryan listed coaches allegedly in line to replace him.
Manish Mehta: Warren Sapp bristles at comparisons between himself and DE Sheldon Richardson. He doesn't realize that Shel-shock is the second coming of sliced bread.
Michael J. Fensom: DE Muhammad Wilkerson is focused on getting better and not on a new contract.
Randy Lange: Wilkerson and Wayne Chrebet kicked off Jets House.
Randy Lange: Jets House sports talk with Anthony Becht.
Bluefield Daily Telegraph: QB Geno Smith showed stance and class in the airplane issue.
Winston-Salem Journal: FB Tommy Bohanon is focused on improving his explosiveness.
SNY: RT Austin Howard and RG Willie Colon talk about the Super Bowl.
Newsday: Sam Garnes is back in the Super Bowl with the Denver Broncos.
The Jets Blog: Curtis Martin picks his Super Bowl winner.
The Jet Press: Three draft prospects to keep an eye on.
Turn On The Jets: Free agency primer on tight ends.
Daily News: Leonard Marshall thinks it's important for fans to know that retired players don't have an easy time.
Biz Journals: Plaxico Burress sold his home to avoid foreclosure. Did I ever tell you about my screenplay on this subject called "Loan Survivor"?
The Post: Bret Lockett is now working as a broker.
Mile High Report: Some of the funnier questions and answers from the Broncos media day.
Rich Cimini: The Broncos praised the Jets' beautiful digs. Digs is Baltimore, and he was King Ugly.
Doug Farrar: Broncos QB Peyton Manning will see an ever-changing secondary.
Andy Benoit: Seahawks QB Russell Wilson will have to step up on third down.
USA Today: Seahawks CB Brandon Browner questions the NFL drug policy.
Jane McManus: The Super Bowl Boulevard toboggan ride has opened to the public.
Barry Wilner: How does defense win championships?
Field Yates: Buffalo Bills DC Jim Schwartz recalled New England Patriots HC Bill Belichick's ability to prepare his teams.
AP: The Bills have hired Jim Hostler as senior offensive assistant.
Newsnet 5: The Cleveland Browns will interview Oakland Raiders QB Coach John DeFilippo.
Palm Beach Post: The Miami Dolphins have parted ways with Assistant GM Brian Gaine.
USA Today: Dan Marino may have come close to throwing for 6,000 yards.
New York Observer: The Super Bowl guide to spotting an out-of-towner.
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Happy Thursday, everyone!