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Good morning Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...

NY Jets: The rookies' playing time was a silver lining in 2016.

Randy Lange: The Jets sign FB Julian Howsare and WRs Myles White and Deshon Foxx to reserve/future deals.

Connor Hughes: WR Brandon Marshall believes Deshaun Watson is destined for the Cleveland Browns.

Kristian Dyer: Marshall and Boomer Esiason rip New York Giants WR Odell Beckhams' party trip.

Darryl Slater: The Jets hire Dennard Wilson as defensive backs coach.

Rich Cimini: DE Leonard Williams was one of the few positive for a defense that compared to one of the worst in franchise history.

Detroit News: Detroit Lions DL Kerry Hyder sets his sights on a Pro Bowl spot.

Pro Football Focus: Ranking all 32 offensive lines.

Buffalo Rumblings: Carolina Panthers DC Sean McDermott agrees to become the next Buffalo Bills head coach.

Danny Kelly: Hiring Miami Dolphins DC Vance Joseph bring even more uncertainty to the Denver Broncos.

Dom Cosentino: The Pittsburgh Steelers have won eight in a row despite inconsistent play from QB Ben Roethlisberger.

Stephen White: OLB Jadeveon Clowney became a monster when the Houston Texans made him an outside linebacker.

Boston Globe: New England Patriots WR Michael Floyd says the quiet life agrees with him.

Vice Sports: Kansas City Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill is the key to their AFC title game berth.

NFL.com: Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott is uninjured in a minor car crash.

Los Angeles Times: The San Diego Chargers shouldn't look for a welcome wagon in L.A.

Associated Press: Former Los Angeles Rams RB Tre Mason is arrested in Florida.

Football Zebras: Gene Steratore, Pete Morelli, Carl Cheffers and Tony Corrente are the divisional playoff referees.

The Sports Quotient: Ranking the wild card losers.

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Happy Thursday.