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New York Jets Flight Connections 01/11/18

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

Kristian Dyer: While the New York Jets need a franchise quarterback, they should not go looking for it in the draft.

Ethan Greenberg: Behind K Chandler Catanzaro’s rebound season.

Audioboom: WR Brisly Estime talked about his rehab, his SU career, and his NFL future.

Calvin Watkins: The Jets sign RB Jeremy Langford to a reserve/future deal.

Rich Cimini: Safeties Jamal Adams (first round) and Marcus Maye (second round) appear to be the real deal, and sixth-round RB Elijah McGuire was a nice find.

Rich Cimini: GM Mike Maccagnan usually has a winning touch when it comes to acquiring veteran players, but he seems to have misfired with Rashard Robinson.

Connor Hughes: How close are the Jets to being a playoff team?

USA Today: Can Green Bay Packers DC Mike Pettine succeed?

Pro Football Focus: Chicago Bears HC Matt Nagy could be just what QB Mitchell Trubisky needs.

SI.com: K Roberto Aguayo will sign with the San Diego Chargers.

Associated Press: Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles says that criticism will probably never stop.

Associated Press: Pittsburgh Steelers LB Ryan Shazier attended practice.

Associated Press: Tennessee Titans RB DeMarco Murray will not play.

Danny Kelly: RB Dion Lewis could be the New England Patriots’ offensive X factor.

Jarrett Bell: The Philadelphia Eagles are fueled by their historic slight going into their playoff matchup with the Atlanta Falcons.

Mike Florio: The Fritz Pollard Alliance has changed its tune regarding the compliance of the Oakland Raiders with the Rooney Rule.

Associated Press: Raiders HC Jon Gruden has never had a promising, young quarterback like Derek Carr to develop in 11 seasons as an NFL head coach

Associated Press: The Seattle Seahawks fire OC Darrell Bevell and OL Coach Tom Cable.