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New York Jets Flight Connections 1/3/24

Bringing your daily links to the NFL’s New York Jets

New York Jets v Cleveland Browns Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images

Good morning, Gang Green Nation. I hope you’re all having a great start to the day. The New York Jets finally released running back Dalvin Cook yesterday. The Jets signed the former Minnesota Vikings’ running back to the largest free agent contract for a running back this season, only to see Cook, well, look ‘cooked’. Dalvin had the worst year of his career with the Jets, something that seems to be a theme with the Jets led by Robert Saleh. There have been multiple players who’ve performed poorly for Gang Green only to excel elsewhere. To be honest, it’s just another aspect of a franchise that’s already cursed. Why it took Joe Douglas months to right his wrong remains to be seen. But for now, here are your links to the Jets to start your morning.

Dennis Waszak Jr - Dalvin Cook being waived by the Jets with 1 game left in the season

Rich Cimini - Jets waiving RB Dalvin Cook with one game remaining

Jaclyn Hendricks - Dalvin Cook splitting with Jets after brief union

Justin Fried - The Dalvin Cook signing was a predictable disaster from the start for the NY Jets

Rivka Boord - NY Jets' best WR option this offseason might surprise you

David Wyatt-Hupton - Does Davante Adams make sense?

Brandyn Pokrass - Rex Ryan gives take on Robert Saleh, NY Jets: 'No more excuses'

Randy Lange - Inside the Numbers Behind Jermaine Johnson's Strong Finish to 2023

Jack Bell - Jets Rookie Joe Tippmann Builds a Foundation in the Center of the O-Line

Timothy Rapp - Jets' Aaron Rodgers Talks Plans to Take Ayahuasca During 2024 NFL Offseason

Here are your missed connections from yesterday.

I hope you all have a safe and wonderful rest of the day.


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