Frenz of the Family: Must-Reads Around the AFC East, June 1 Edition

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Frenz of the Family: Must-Reads Around the AFC East, June 1 Edition
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Buffalo Bills

Bleacher Report Bills featured columnist Josh Cembellin has early observations from Bills OTAs.

Jerry Sullivan of The Buffalo News has the observations from both Chan Gailey and Mario Williams, the latter of whom pumped up expectations for the Bills.

Mark Gaughan of The Buffalo News talks about Shawne Merriman's return to action after a long time away with an Achilles injury.

 

Miami Dolphins

Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post got the thoughts of several Dolphins defenders on their new coordinator, Kevin Coyle.

Brian Miller of Phin Phanatic doles out the blame for the Dolphins woes and points out that it's on general manager Jeff Ireland to fix it regardless of whose fault it is.

B/R Dolphins featured columnist Scott Altman lists 10 players who could drop down the depth chart for 2012.

 

New England Patriots

Andy Hart of Patriots.com has a great breakdown of the events at Thursday's OTA practice. So does Greg Bedard of The Boston Globe. Read both and learn things.

Jeff Howe of The Boston Herald has five Patriots you should be watching during offseason camps. 

Bleacher Report's best debate about which wide receiver will emerge as the No. 3 in the offense this season.

 

New York Jets

Jeff Cappellini of CBS New York says the Jets will be a lot better than many are willing to accept.

Eric Allen of NewYorkJets.com has thoughts from defensive coordinator Mike Pettine about the scheme and the excitement about the defense from the players.

Kristine Reese of The Green Room looks at the two offensive tackles the Jets signed and what it could mean for right tackle Wayne Hunter.

 

Erik Frenz is the AFC East lead blogger for Bleacher Report. Be sure to follow Erik on Twitter and "like" the AFC East blog on Facebook to keep up with all the updates.

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