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Flight Connections 02/10/17: New York Jets could have another poor season, Robbie Anderson wasn't surprised by his success

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

Eric Allen: The Jets' free agency landscape.

Rich Cimini: The Jets could have another poor season in 2017.

Manish Mehta: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick's two years with the Jets are more about wins than losses. ...And they were more about losses than wins.

Darryl Slater: The 2017 salary cap will have to carry a $5 million dead money figure from Fitzpatrick's contract.

NY Jets: WR Robbie Anderson wasn't surprised by his early success.

Darryl Slater: Will Jets legend Joe Klecko ever make the Hall of Fame?

Chase Stuart: Former Jets and Miami Dolphins DE Jason Taylor was an unusual first ball Hall of Famer.

Buffalo News: Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor is unwilling to agree to a restructured contract that would reduce his pay.

Associated Press: The Indianapolis Colts release LB D'Qwell Jackson in a cost cutting move.

Associated Press: Former Dallas Cowboys RB Joseph Randel is charged with assaulting a fellow inmate.

USA Today: The Seattle Seahawks sign K Blair Walsh.

Pro Football Focus: How New Orleans Saints WR Michael Thomas went from a second rounder to a star.

SB Nation: New England Patriots players who have said they will skip the White House visit.

SB Nation: NFL referee Sarah Thomas doesn't have time for your nonsense.

Samer Kalaf: The Denver Broncos' new special teams coach seems cool.

Mike Florio: The franchise tag complicates Washington QB Kirk Cousins' contract.

Mike Florio: The San Francisco 49ers employ a unique power structure.

Jeanna Thomas: The Atlanta Falcons lost the Super Bowl because QB Matt Ryan took that sack.

Deadspin: Bart Hubbuch sues the New York Post after being fired for his tweet.

Vice Sports: Why college football gets overtime right, and the NFL gets it wrong.

Sorry this post was all late and errything but I've got a one track mind today:

Happy Friday!