Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for today...
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NY Jets: The Jets are named to the world's most tech savvy team list.
Eric Allen: Who will land the first punch?
Rich Cimini: How the Jets will function if owner Woody Johson is named the U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom.
Rich Cimini: Gunslinger QB Bryce Petty has the Jets coaches muttering.
George Willis: Petty understands that Jets fans are disappointed and frustrated.
Daniel Popper: WR Brandon Marshall is taking a different approach with Petty.
Dennis Waszak Jr.: Marshall wants to help out the officials on Saturday night.
Brian Costello: RB Matt Forte has so many regrets but joining the Jets isn't one.
Connor Hughes: The Jets are still clueless on how to use RBs Forte and Bilal Powell effectively.
Kimberley A. Martin: Forte will be a game time decision. ...And will he take most of the snaps if he plays?
Randy Lange: S Rontez Miles is ready to roll.
Brian Costello: ILB Darron Lee has got too much energy.
The Metro: Three things to watch for when the Jets welcome the Dolphins.
ESPN: Foobtall helps Dallas Cowboys QB Mark Sanchez grieve the loss of former teammates.
Justin Terranova: It's been a painful couple of weeks with the deaths of Joe McKnight and Konrad Reuland.
Neil Best: The MetLife Stadium crew is ready to become quick-change artists.
LSU Sports: Bobby April has joined the LSU coaching staff as special teams analyst.
Sun Sentinel: Their linebackers' health and performance will be crucial to the Miami Dolphins' playoff push.
USA Today: The New England Patriots claim ex Arizona Cardinals WR Michael Floyd off waivers.
The Sports Quotient: Can the New York Giants make another Super Bowl run?
New York Post: The Giants face a walkie talkie fine after the Cowboys turn them in. ...It's McAdoo about nothing.
Associated Press: Cowboys QB Dak Prescott is unfazed by the chatter about QB Tony Romo.
Associated Press: Low profile running backs are gaining ground on the NFL's stars.
Mike Florio: The NFLPA will take a closer look at Thursday night football in the offseason.
Chase Stuart: The best pass defense teams have the worst pass offenses.
Robert Klemko: How NFL return men became an endangered species.
Cian Fahey: Film on the Kansas City Chiefs' playoff odds.
Lorenzo Reyes: Washington CB Josh Norman almost felt like he was stabbed in the back by the Carolina Panthers.
ESPN: Detroit Lions CB Darius Slay considers the Pro Bowl pointless after the move to Orlando.
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