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New York Jets Flight Connections 2-17-14

Daily links connecting you to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

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

MMQB: 2014 NFL breakout defensive players. DT Damon Harrison makes the list.

ESPN: OL Coach Jim Turner's future with the Miami Dolphins is in jeopardy.

PFT: San Francisco 49ers TE Vernon Davis says that Richie Incognito is a great guy.

USA Today: Hall of Fame TE Shannon Sharpe says that the NFL should ban Incognito.

Mark Schlereth: Don't lose the crucial parts of the code.  Good stuff here by the stinky cheese man.

AP: His agent says that Player A is Tennessee Titans OL Andrew McDonald.

The Tennessean: HC Ken Whisenhunt says that the Tennessee Titans have enough pieces to win in 2014. Cleveland Browns GM Ray Farmer knows which quarterback he would draft. Philadelphia Eagles WR Jeremy Maclin discusses free agency and his health.

Baltimore Sun: Would the Baltimore Ravens' Dennis Pitta fall under the franchise tage for a tight end or wide receiver?

SB Nation: Ravens WR Ray Rice has been arrested after an incident with his fiancee.

SB Nation: The San Francisco 49ers are keeping big contracts in-house.

PFT: The Buffalo Bills stadium committee could be an advance political cover for the inevitable move. Former New Orleans Saints defender WIll Smith wasn't surprisedby his release.

MMQB: Missouri DE Michael Sam grades as a late-round NFL draft prospect.

Shutdown Corner: NFL hopeful Rashid Williams gave up his job for a shot at the pros.

PFT: Quarterback draft prospects are working with Jordan Palmer.

USA Today: Should NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's enormous salary be questioned?

Here are yesterday's links.

Here is the Thread About Nothing.

For those who don't know, we are celebrating Presidents' Day here in America, honoring those who saved us from the invisible ninja running in the forest:

Look out!  And have a great day, everyone!