Frenz of the Family: Must-Reads Around the AFC East, July 27 Edition
Happy Friday! Thanks to all for another great week on the AFC East blog.
Also, I'll be covering Patriots camp today, so let me know in the comments if there are any stories you want me to check out.
Here are some links to get your day started right!
New England Patriots
Bleacher Report featured columnist Scott Kacsmar discusses wide receiver Wes Welker and the impact of slot receivers in today's NFL.
According to Field Yates of ESPN Boston, offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels is settling back into his role with the Patriots.
Mike Loyko of NEPatriotsDraft.com gives a wrap-up of the first day of training camp, with across-the-board observations.
New York Jets
Rich Cimini of ESPN New York writes that the city of Cortland put on a parade for the Jets as they opened training camp.
Chris Gross of TurnOnTheJets.com delivers a fact-or-false wrapping up the Jets' offseason.
According to Jenny Vrentas of the Newark Star-Ledger, Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis showed up on time to camp because he wants to be around the team.
According to Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com, wide receiver Stevie Johnson looked "strong" in his first day of practice.
Tim Graham of The Buffalo News writes that defensive end Mario Williams is sleeping on a twin-size bed.
B/R Bills featured columnist Jordan Rogowski writes that the Bills are still on the hunt for a true No. 2 wide receiver.
Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald writes that despite all the changes, the team insists it's not rebuilding.
James Walker of ESPN talks about Herm Edwards' debut column, in which he says quarterback Ryan Tannehill should start now.
Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, however, writes that Tannehill wasn't present at practice and that quarterback Matt Moore led off for the team in practice.
Around the League
Tim Graham ranks Tom Brady as the No. 1 player in the AFC East.
B/R NFL featured columnist Ryan Riddle breaks down the five teams with the best young talent. No AFC East teams cracked the list.
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