Good morning, Gang Green Gangsters! Here are your daily New York Jets links for this Aloha Friday...
Rich Cimini: Change is the one constant on HC Todd Bowles’ coaching staff.
Calvin Watkins: QB Christian Hackenberg is still looking for his chance with the Jets.
SI.com: TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins reflects on the friend who brought him to rehab, the haircut that changed his perspective, and winning everyday.
NY Jets: Offseason spotlight on OL Kelvin Beachum.
New Orleans Advocate: The accused murderer of Joe McKnight opts against putting on a case.
Orlando Sentinel: LaDainian Tomlinson recalls Jason Taylor’s tenacity as a pass rusher.
Associated Press: The Pro Bowl becomes a gathering place for the brokenhearted.
Acme Packing Company: Green Bay Packers DC Mike Pettine prioritizes stopping the pass despite HC Mike McCarthy’s run focus.
Football Outsiders: Film on the Philadelphia Eagles offense.
Pro Football Focus: Philadelphia rides their offensive line to the Super Bowl.
Jarrett Bell: HC Doug Pederson’s savvy helps the Eagles soar.
Mike Reiss: The short time he spent with Philadelphia helped shape the player that New England Patriots WR Danny Amendola has become. ...You may remember this from the Dallas Cowboys “Hard Knocks” season.
Ken Belson: In the Atlanta Falcons stadium, concessions prices go down and revenue goes up.
Mike Florio: The NFL contends that Jami Cantor consented to the alleged sexual harassment.
Dom Cosentino: The 1987 players strike created the modern NFL.
USA Today: Chris Borland, speaking on a panel at The Aspen Institute, doesn't believe tackle football is safe for the very young and says research proves it.
The Ringer: What can we take away from a campaign that saw the Eagles rule the NFC and Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles come one game away from the Super Bowl?
ProFootballTalk: Baltimore Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey is accused of stealing a phone charger.
Deadspin: Pittsburgh’s cutting-edge sports site is a meat grinder of a workplace.
Is the constant change on Todd Bowles’ staff a good or bad sign?
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How about some Billy Joel:
Have a great weekend, everyone!