Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday...
Dom Cosentino: GM Mike Maccagnan says that the Jets make some use of analytics.
Darryl Slater: Most people think Maccagnan did a pretty good job.
Randy Lange: One more reason to keep QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Rich Cimini: It was a solid year for the Jets' offensive line, but signs of slippage emerge.
Seth Walder: His leg and contract could keep DE Muhammad Willkerson away from OTAs.
Press Herald: Kansas City Chiefs DE Mike DeVito is ready to face the New England Patriots.
Associated Press: Patriots DE Chandler Jones' status is unknown for the playoff game against the Chiefs.
Pro Football Talk: Patriots QB Tom Brady's ankle gets overlooked in TE Rob Gronkowski's injury mania.
Cincy Jungle: The Cincinnati Bengals staff continues with DB Coach Mark Carrier leaving. Remember when we made him our defensive line coach?
Ohio.com: Cleveland Browns HC Hue Jackson lines up offensive assistants but doesn't plan to hire an OC.
Vice Sports: Former New York Mets assistant Paul DePodesta explains his path to the Browns.
Stampede Blue: The Indianapolis Colts hire former Miami Dolphins HC Joe Philbin as OL Coach. Remember those stellar Dolphins o-lines under him?
Bolts From the Blue: Former Tennessee Titans HC Ken Whisenhunt returns as San Diego Chargers OC.
Bucs Nation: Former Atlanta Falcons HC Mike Smith is hired as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers DC.
Pro Football Focus: San Francisco 49ers HC Chip Kelly could breathe new life into QB Colin Kaepernick.
USA Today: New HC Ben McAdoo hints that the New York Giants may not look very different in 2016. Whatchoo McAddo when they come for you?
USA Today: CB Josh Norman says that the Carolina Panthers are still seeking respect.
Pro Football Talk: Pittsburgh Steelers assistants Joey Porter and Mike Munchak were fined $10,000 each.
Stephen White: Steelers DE Cam Heyward delivered the most important hit in their Wild Card win.
Jenny Vrentas: Denver Broncos TE Owen Daniels reflects on the wild ride to home-field advantage.
Chase Stuart: Denver's great divide between offense and defense puts the Broncos in rare air.
Danny Kelly: The Arizona Cardinals could be too much for the Green Bay Packers.
Andrew Brandt: First impressions on the latest NFL coach hirings.
Reuters: The St. Louis Rams and Chargers negotiate to share a Los Angeles stadium.
USA Today: Former NFL RB Lawrence Phillips' death is ruled a suicide.
Football Zebras: A serious injury can re-calibrate your outlook on life in a hurry.
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Have a great day, everyone!