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Flight Connections 01/20/17: New York Jets owner Woody Johnson is UK ambassador, young o-line got experience

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Rich Cimini: Owner Woody Johnson appears to be chosen as the U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom.

Darryl Slater: Christopher Johnson is in line to take over the troubled Jets franchise.

Randy Lange: Despite fielding 11 different starters, the offensive line held together as young players got experience.

Brian Costello: The Jets could make the NFL Draft's best cornerback the heir to CB Darrelle Revis.

NY Jets: Former Jets LB Bob Crable has been named to the college football Hall of Fame.

Shutdown Corner: Mark Gastineau says he has dementia, Parkinsons' disease and Alzheimer's disease.

Sun Community News: A gala will honor former NFL scout and coach Nick Cutro.

Levi Damien: OL Austin Howard is a 2017 roster cut candidate for the Oakland Raiders.

Chris Trapasso: What do other teams think of Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor?

Hogs Haven: Washington will interview former Bills DC Dennis Thurman for the defensive coordinator job.

Pro Football Focus: Is QB Alex Smith still the Kansas City Chiefs' long term answer?

The Metro: The five most likely landing spots for Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo.

Seattle Times: The Seattle Seahawks could lose a second round pick for failing to disclose CB Richard Sherman's injury.

Vice Sports: How is the San Diego Chargers' move to Los Angeles going?

Danny Kelly: How do you stop Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers?

The Falcoholic: Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank says that losing OC Kyle Shanahan to the San Francisco 49ers is unavoidable.

Jarrett Bell: The NFL is finally taking the right steps in minority coach hiring.

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