Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
Associated Press: The Jets hire Indianapolis Colts assistant Brant Boyer as special teams coordinator.
CSN Bay Area: WR Brandon Marshall says that he doesn't want San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick.
Rich Cimini: OL Willie Colon says that the Jets need more balance and less Marshall.
Kimberley A. Martin: Ex-Jets WR Stephen Hill is happier with the Carolina Panthers.
Jarrett Bell: Panthers HC Ron Rivera reaches the coaching pinnacle.
Emily Kaplan: Blinn College helped transform Panthers QB Cam Newton.
Danny Kelly: The Denver Broncos blockers are finally in the zone.
Football Perspective: Film on Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders.
Barry Wilner: Losing in the Super Bowl haunts some players.
Football Zebras: 50 Super Bowl calls, part three.
New York Times: Out of a rare Super Bowl recording, a clash with the NFL unspools.
Vice Sports: The Rooney Rule and the trouble with defining minorities.
Pro Football Focus: The Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs are among possible fits for Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel.
SB Nation: Former Panther Shawn King's career went up in smoke, and then he found another way to get high.
Robert Klemko: An oral history of the Panthers' inaugural season.
Mike Florio: Minnesota Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater says he grew the most as a leader in 2015.
Samer Kalaf: Former Cowboys RB Joseph Randle told police it was the end of his career.
Nancy Armour: How many CTE cases does it take before attitudes change?
Wired: What do you think the future of football will look like?
The Big Lead: Low morale at CBSSports.com as it eschews reporting in favor of aggregation.
Here are your missed connections from yesterday.
I decided to cut Hard Candy (2005) directed by David Slade, to "Hard Candy" by Counting Crows:
Have a great day!