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Flight Connections 01/19/17: New York Jets officially hire Dennard Wilson, Lac Edwards wants stronger legs, Brandon Marshall feels underpaid

Daily links connecting you to articles about the NFL's New York Jets.

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

Eric Allen: DB Coach Dennard Wilson joins the Jets defensive staff.

Randy Lange: P Lachlan Edwards' offseason focus is leg strength.

Rich Cimini: There are no ex Jets left in the playoffs.

Rich Cimini: WR Brandon Marshall says he's underpaid at $7.5 million. ...Good thing he's got a second job.

Connor Hughes: Marshall says any team should be happy to have him for $7.5 million.

Connor Hughes: Why Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo should want nothing to do with the Jets.

Manish Mehta: Chip Kelly as Jets OC would be a disaster.

Jason Fitzgerald: 2017 potential cuts at safety.

Chris Trapasso: Buffalo Bills HC Sean McDermott's defensive philosophies.

Pats Pulpit: The New England Patriots had perfect practice attendance.

Acme Packing Company: Green Bay Packers WR Davante Adams is not practicing until Saturday.

Bleeding Green Nation: The Philadelphia Eagles should have plenty of options for short term wide receiver solutions.

SB Nation: Seattle Seahawks WR Devin Hester gave us one last thrill.

The Falcoholic: It's almost certain that Atlanta Falcons OC Kyle Shanahan accepts the San Francisco 49ers job.

Mike Florio: As 49ers candidates fled, Shanahan won big.

Stephen White: Pittsburgh Steeler OLB James Harrison brought down the Kansas City Chiefs and sacked Father Time.

Barry Petchesky: The Los Angeles Chargers' logo died on its way back to its home planet.

Turf Show Times: The Los Angeles Rams will nab former Jacksonville Jaguars OC Greg Olson as QB coach.

Big Cat Country: Jaguars HC Doug Marrone has decided to keep OC Nathaniel Hackett.

Football Zebras: Carl Cheffers is confirmed as referee for Super Bowl LI.

Associated Press: Justices raise doubts over the law barring offensive trademarks.

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Happy Thursday!