Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
Kristian Dyer: Sources say that the Jets may hire a head coach without a general manager in place. Kris also first identified the four people in charge of the interview process.
Stu Woo: Doug Marrone may make the Jets' coaching decision surprisingly easy.
Rich Cimini: Connecting the dots between Marrone, Charley Casserly and Houston Texans assitant Mike Caccagnan.
Dom Cosentino: The Buffalo media trashed Marrone on his way out of town.
Darryl Slater: Has Marrone accomplished enough to show that he can win more as Jets coach than Rex Ryan did?
Bob Glauber: Seattle Seahawks DC Dan Quinn should be the Jets' choice.
Dennis Waszak Jr: Woody Johnson's search for the Jets' next coach and general manager has taken him to Seattle.
Dom Cosentino: San Diego Chargers OC Frank Reich will interview for the Jets' head coaching job. He was the winningest Jets quarterback in 1996.
Dom Cosentino: Philadelphia Eagles GM Howie Roseman did not talk to the Jets about getting himself a job.
Cecilio's Scribe: There are no clear upgrades available in the Jets coaching search.
The Jets Blog: Extra analysis of the Jets at Miami Dolphins game.
The Jet Press: The pass rush went old school for Rex.
Rich Cimini: The Jets' final playing-time breakdown.
AP: Today in history, the Jets signed Joe Namath.
PFF: 2015 Free agency tracker.
Buffalo News: The Buffalo Bills defense is hoping that DC Jim Schwartz stays put.
John Wawrow: Bill Polian informed the Bills that he is staying in broadcasting.
Football Zebras: Wild card assignments.
AP: Denver Broncos OC Adam Gase is set to interview for NFL vacancies.
Greg A. Bedard: Was 2014 the greatest NFL rookie receiving class ever?
Peter King: QB Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals are under pressure.
AP: The Indianpolis Colts are ready for a different Bengals team.
Jenny Vrentas: Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown opens up about preparation and playing the Baltimore Ravens.
Over the Cap: Brown is the black belt wide receiver.
Jim Corbett: The Steelers-Ravens rivalry is derived from pure hatred.
ESPN: The playoffs mean another chance for Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo.
USA Today: Cowboys WR Dez Bryant is focused on the playoffs and not a new deal.
Football Outsiders: If anyone can claim to have overcome the most adversity, it is Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton.
AP: Arizona Cardinals HC Bruce Arians confirms that QB Ryan Lindley will start at quarterback.
PFT: Washington QB Robert Griffin III took sacks at a historic rate.
Deadspin: Florida State QB Jameis Winston fell down, threw the ball backward and gave up a touchdown.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Here is Anti-Flag with "Seattle Was A Riot":
Here is Marcy Playground with "Shadow of Seattle":
And hopefully, we can have our revenge on Seattle for giving us John Idzik:
Have a great weekend, everyone!