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Flight Connections 02/04/17: Drew Brees on John Morton, former New York Jets players hope for Hall of Fame

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Still a Jet.
Still a Jet.
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Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Saturday... Will QB Christian Hackenberg start for the Jets in 2017?

Darryl Slater: New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees raves about new Jets OC John Morton. ...He has also raved about Brian Schottenheimer though.

Randy Lange: Special teams were hot & cold in 2016.

Randy Lange: LaDainian Tomlinson still has star power.

Randy Lange: Jason Taylor is surprised he's a Hall of Fame finalist.

Rich Cimini: Kevin Mawae belongs in Canton.

Pittsburgh Post Gazette: Alan Faneca ranks among the NFL's best guards.

Shutdown Corner: Michael Vick says he is retired.

Texan Live: Klein Oak tabs Jason Glenn as new head football coach.

Chase Stuart: The 2017 Hall of Fame candidates.

Jason Fitzgerald: Tough free agent decisions in 2017.

Danny Kelly: The tactical guide to Super Bowl LI.

Dom Cosentino: What the Atlanta Falcons' defense has to offer isn't encouraging.

SB Nation: WR Coach Raheem Morris' defensive knowledge makes the Falcons receivers deadly. ...Is it the coach or the players?

Pro Football Focus: What to watch for when the New England Patriots are on offense?

Football Outsiders: Super Bowl LI preview.

Football Zebras: Alternate officials, like in the playoffs, have expanded over time.

Houston Chronicle: On the eve of the Super Bowl, athletes cite the responsibility for social activism.

The Players' Tribune: Why we're talking about race.

New York Times: Out of a rare Super Bowl I recording, a clash with the NFL unspools.

Pro Football Talk: San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick will opt out of his deal and become a free agent in March.

Deadspin: New York Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul and ESPN settle his invasion of privacy suit.

A song about safeties:

Have a great weekend, everyone!