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Frenz of the Family: Must-Reads Around the AFC East, June 4 Edition
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New England Patriots

Christopher Price of WEEI.com examines the possibilities of the Patriots signing a few of the top free agents left on the market.

Field Yates of ESPN Boston examines some early questions on the Patriots offensive line.

Matthew Jones of NEPatriotsDraft.com wonders whether defensive lineman Jonathan Fanene can be a second coming of Mike Wright.

 

New York Jets

Brian Bassett of TheJetsBlog.com explains his thoughts on why the Jets should run far more screen plays on offense.

Bleacher Report Jets featured columnist RC Cos says that there could be an amicable resolution to the standoff between cornerback Darrelle Revis and the Jets.

Joe Caporoso of Turn On The Jets gives fans 12 reasons to be optimistic for the 2012 season.

 

Buffalo Bills

Brad Andrew of BuffaLowDown talks about wide receiver Derek Hagan as a potential No. 2 option for the Bills offense.

Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com says that defensive coordinator Dave Wannstedt is most excited about the defensive line. Hmm...I wonder why.

James Walker of ESPN's AFC East blog gives the Bills an A- in his offseason grades series.

 

Miami Dolphins

Izzy Gould of the Sun-Sentinel talks about the Texas A&M connection between Ryan Tannehill and Mike Sherman, and whether the two can ride off into the sunset.

Brian Miller of PhinPhanatic wonders whether left tackle Jake Long could get the franchise tag in 2013.

B/R Dolphins featured columnist Scott Altman talks about some missing pieces the Dolphins could still add to their roster.

 

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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