Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Thursday...
NY Jets: Current and former players highlighted four sessions at the 2017 Jets House.
NY Jets: The secondary was led by unfamiliar faces in 2016,
Rich Cimini: HC Todd Bowles rebuilds the Jets' staff with emphasis on hiring teachers. ...Those who can't do, teach. Don't who can't teach, teach football.
Brian Costello: Bowles hires old Arizona Cardinals colleague Stump Mitchell to coach the Jets running backs.
Kristian Dyer: WR Brandon Marshall inaccurately criticizes his own season.
Steve Serby: Troy Aikman talks up Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo to the Jets.
Darryl Slater: Could the Jets trade for New England Patriots QB Jimmy Garoppolo this offseason? ...The Jets and the Pats making a deal? Let me say this in Jerry Seinfeld's British accent, not bloody likely!
Connor Hughes: Ex Jet Bart Scott is teaming up with Morgan Stanley to help keep players from going broke.
USA Today: NFL great LaDainian Tomlinson is named the honorary starter of Daytona 500.
The Players' Tribune: Michael Vick on Atlanta.
Over the Cap: Atlanta Falcons CB Desmond Trufant's potential contract extension.
Cian Fahey: Film on Falcons WR Devonta Freeman.
Danny Kelly: The race for Super Bowl MVP is wide open.
Chase Stuart: The best and worst Super Bowl passing performances.
SB Nation: How the Super Bowl media got to be so annoying.
ABC News: Former New York Giants K Josh Brown speaks out after his domestic abuse allegations.
Seth Cox: WR Larry Fitzgerald is returning in 2017 for the Cardinals.
Jeanna Thomas: Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis lost a Las Vegas stadium deal with a lowball rent offer.
Mike Florio: New Orleans Saints DE Cameron Jordan likes to make Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton complain to officials.
Football Zebras: The NFL officials' union executive is worried about increased public attacks.
Dawgs By Nature: The best referees were rarely assigned to Cleveland Browns games in 2016.
The Sports Quotient: 2016 rookies that will become fantasy contributors next year.
National Football Post: 2017 Senior Bowl standouts on offense.
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