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New York Jets Flight Connections 12/07/16

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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets and NFL links for this Wednesday...

Dom Cosentino: This isn't even rock bottom yet for the Jets.

Brian Costello: HC Todd Bowles is now in a desperate scramble to save his job.

Connor Hughes: Bowles isn't thinking about his future with the Jets.

Rich Cimini: Bowles admits a miscommunication on the quarterback change.

Dennis Waszak Jr.: The Jets planned two to three weeks ago to play QB Bryce Petty in the final four games.

Darryl Slater: Barring injury, QB Christian Hackenberg won't play in 2016.

Kimberley A. Martin: C Nick Mangold might be done for the season after re-injuring his ankle.

Pro Football Focus: WR Quincy Enunwa is one of the lowest graded players in Week 13.

SB Nation: QB Colin Kaepernick will start for the San Francisco 49ers against the Jets.

Josh Wilson: Indianapolis Colts LB D'Qwell Jackson is suspended four games for violating the PED policy.

Jason Fitzgerald: Looking at New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski's contract and injuries.

Chase Stuart: HC Jeff Fisher's Los Angeles Rams are an offensive tragedy.

Danny Kelly: It's time to take the Detroit Lions and Baltimore Ravens seriously.

Jarrett Bell: QB Derek Carr has the golden touch for the Oakland Raiders in any formation.

Stephen White: Raiders LB Khalil Mack is sowing destruction and becoming a Defensive Player of the Year favorite.

David Chao: Seattle Seahawks S Earl Thomas' season is over.

Greg Bishop: NFL players detail painful, gritty recovery routines.

Vice Sports: Can the Dallas Cowboys defense hold up in the playoffs?

SB Nation: The Cowboys insist they're not going to rest their starters with a playoff spot sewn up.

ESPN: Cincinnati Bengals RB Jeremy Hill says that Joe McKnight was like a folk legend.

Associated Press: Former New Orleans Saints DE Will Smith's widow testifies in his murder trial.

Associated Press: Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce's rising star keeps climbing.

Associated Press: The Minnesota Vikings welcome HC Mike Zimmer back to practice after eye surgery.

USA Today: The San Diego Chargers are in contact with the L.A. Coliseum about a possible move.

SB Nation: Former Heisman Trophy winner and Chicago Bears RB Rashaan Salaam dies at age 42.

Football Zebras: A developmental league equals more officiating opportunities.

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