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Is Colon a question mark for next year?
Is Colon a question mark for next year?
Maddie Meyer

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

Keep voting QB Geno Smith for Rookie of the Week.

Rich Cimini: Examining the quarterback situation.

Charlie Frankel: OL Ben Ijalana has hope and a plan for the new year.

Stu Woo: A three-step plan for the Jets.

Ben Costello: Out of salary cap hell.

New York Times: The Jets, at least for the moment, put entertainment aside.

Over the Cap: 2014 Jets offseason salary cap and financial report.

JetNation: Who should stay on the Jets coaching staff?

Turn On the Jets: Breaking the narrative on CB Dee Milliner.

The Jets Setter: 2013 team awards.

The Jets Blog: Final regular season update on the players let go.

The Rugby Paper: Hayden Smith is back at home at Saracens. Kansas City Chiefs DE Mike DeVito twice has been on a team that has reached the AFCCG.

ESPN: The Buffalo Bills are keeping the door open for S Jairus Byrd.

Chris Burke: The Cincinnati Bengals, Indianapolis Colts and Green Bay Packers are struggling to sell out.

Robert Klemko: RB Giovani Bernard is key to the Bengals' playoff chances.

Peter King: Sunday was the greatest regular season game of Packers QB Aaron Rodgers' career.

Joe Bussell: Adapting to the NFL.

NFP: A scout's take on Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel is that he's another Brett Favre.

SB Nation: QB Teddy Bridgewater is strongly considering Jay Z's Roc Nation Sports.

SB Nation: Washington requests to interview New York Giants DC Perry Fewell.

STL American: The St. Louis Rams need less talk and more action.

AP: The Miami Dolphins owner is mulling a possible shakeup.

AP: Bill O'Brien is set to coach the Houston Texans.

AP: Lovie Smith reportedly will be the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

AP: The New Orleans Saints offense has kept the playoff-savvy core intact.

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

And if you see Johnny Football Hero in the hall, tell him he played a good game.  Tell him you liked his article in the newspaper!:

Have a great year, everyone!