Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
Over the Cap: Jets 2015 salary cap outlook.
NY Jets: A look inside the interview process.
Brian Costello: The skinny on Houston Texans assistant Mike Maccagnan.
T.J. Brennan: It was another impactful season for RB Chris Ivory.
Kristian Dyer: Seattle Seahawks DC Dan Quinn is the favorite, but there is no offer from the Jets.
Darryl Slater: OLB Quinton Coples says that Quinn is a defensive genius.
Ben Shpigel: Other teams have designs on Quinn, defensive wizard.
Robert Klemko: Quinn is the next great coach. This is from last August.
PFF: This was a fine bounce-back season for C Nick Mangold.
The Jet Press: Should the Jets keep WR Percy Harvin?
Turn On The Jets: The offensive remains.
The Falcoholic: Rex Ryan tops the poll results for preferred Atlanta Falcons head coach.
ESPN: Rex is simply going through the motions interviewing with the Buffalo Bills.
Cleveland.com: Former Chicago Bears QB Coach Matt Cavanaugh is on the Cleveland Browns' radar for offensive coordinator.
Hogs Haven: Washington has signed OLB Ricky Sapp to a reserve/futures contract.
ESPN: Could Bills DL Coach Pepper Johnson be a candidate for the New York Giants?
New York Times: The Giants start their shake-up by firing DC Perry Fewell.
New York Times: Carolina Panthers DT Star Lotulelei will miss the game against the Seahawks.
AP: Baltimore Ravens OLB Terrell Suggs is poised for a showdown with QB Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Watch out for the groin kick!
Football Outsiders: Film on the Ravens defense.
ESPN: Ravens RB Justin Forsett was a role model to Patriots RB Shane Vereen.
PFT: "Beli-cheat" is the name that Hall of Fame coach Don Shula uses to refer to Patriots HC Bill Belichick. Dragging his name in the mud?
AP: The Browns and OC Kyle Shanahan have parted ways.
USA Today: How will Shanahan's exit impact Browns QB Johnny Manziel?
AP: Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning leads a balanced offense into a playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts.
AP: Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers returned to practice.
Jim Corbett: The Bears have hired Ryan Pace from the New Orleans Saints to fill their general manager vacancy.
Stephen White: Stop trying to rush kneel downs.
Brady Popppinga: Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo bore the load of the offense on his shoulders.
PFT: The franchise tag is an option for Detroit Lions DT Ndamukong Suh.
Grantland: Saturday divisional preview.
Football Zebras: The anatomy of an overturned call.
Deadspin: Roger Goodell failed, so now he is more powerful than ever.
NFL Philosophy: The traits and elements of Oregon QB Marcus Mariota and Florida State QB Jameis Winston.
Here are yesterday's links, in case you missed them.
Here is the thread about nothing.
Just for fun, here is a guide to the New York subway. You might learn something new even if you've take the subway for years. I didn't even realize the thing about the lamp posts.
Now here is Bob Dylan with "The Mighty Quinn":
Here is Kenny Loggins with "Danny's Song":
And some Johnny Cash with "Nasty Dan":
Have a great weekend, everyone!