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

Infinite Jets: A belated tribute to HC Rex Ryan.

The Jet Press: It is time for the Jets to say goodbye to WR Coach Sanjay Lal.

The Jets Blog: The Jets have signed Nick Taylor.

Turn On The Jets: What can the Jets learn from the final four?

NJ.com: RB Mike Goodson will be arraigned on weapons charges tomorrow.

NJ.com: In a TV appearacne, CB Antonio Cromartie didn't reveal much about his contract.

Kimberley A. Martin: The Jets have signed QB Matt Simms through 2014.

Randy Lange: The Jets list 16 potentially unrestricted free agents.

Rich Cimini: Analyzing the key cap numbers for the Jets.

Charlie Frankel: The Jets and NFL history is on display in Jersey City.

AP: Brian VanGorder is Notre Dame's defensive coordinator.

Pro Football Focus: 2013 offensive line rankings.

Over the Cap: 2014 NFL free agency and salary cap overview.

James Walker: The most expensive Miami Dolphins in 2014.

Doug Farrar: Washington QB Robert Griffin III takes to Facebook to respond to his critics.

ESPN: An advanced statistic highlights the Buffalo Bills punting woes.

ESPN: Ken Whisenhunt will be the Tennessee Titans' new head coach.

SI: Houston Texans RB Arian Foster is being sued by a woman who is claiming that she was pressured to have an abortion.

Houston Chronicle: Texans DE J.J. Watt shows his true character.

Deadspin: What does Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning's "Omaha" mean?

AP: Broncos WR Eric Decker jokes about tackling himself.

AP: Seattle Seahawks rookie OL Michael Bowie becomes a starter in the playoffs.

AP: The San Francisco 49ers gear up for a tough return trip to Seattle.

AP: Fox Sports tests weather gadgets for the Super Bowl.

New York Times: The no-tailgating rule spurs events, but none dare call them Super Bowl parties.

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

Here is Counting Crows with "Omaha":


Happy Tuesday, everyone!