Frenz of the Family: Must-Reads Around the AFC East, July 31 Edition
Happy Tuesday! Lots of days off around the AFC East training camps yesterday.
No nonsense. Tuesday links. Enough pretense. Let's go.
New York Jets
Joe Caporoso of TurnOnTheJets.com talks about running back Bilal Powell's performance in camp thus far.
Jared Kracker of BuffaloBills.com writes about defensive tackle Torell Troup's fight back to the field.
Nick St. Denis of AFC East Daily says Bills wide receiver T.J. Graham's role is going to be to "run fast and catch the ball."
Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News asks whether the Bills should make a play for wide receiver Mike Wallace.
New England Patriots
Tom E. Curran of CSNNE.com writes that running back Stevan Ridley is ready to carry the load for the backfield.
Julian Benbow of The Boston Globe writes about the fullback position, which he says isn't extinct yet, especially in New England, where several fullbacks are fighting for roster spots.
Brian Biggane of the Palm Beach Post writes that the receivers have praised quarterback Ryan Tannehill's arm strength and accuracy.
According to Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins could be passing a lot more in the red zone than they have in year's past.
Around the NFL
B/R NFL featured columnist Alen Dumonjic breaks down some of the growing trends in football, including multiple tight ends and spread formations.
B/R NFL featured columnist Russell Baxter gives his take on each team's chances to win their division, with the Jets (6-1) edging out the Bills (7-1).
B/R NFL featured columnist Matt Miselis breaks down some potential bubble players who could become stars, listing a personal favorite of mine from Patriots camp, running back Brandon Bolden.
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