Monday is here, and we're officially back to football after Sunday's Hall of Fame game between the Saints and Cardinals. We'll keep things locked in the AFC East, though, so here are some links to help you get back to work.
New England Patriots
Mike Reiss of ESPN Boston cleans out his training camp notebook with some observations across the team.
Greg Bedard of The Boston Globe gives us his Sunday football notes, which are always a must-read. This week, he talks about Saints offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael Jr. in addition to several Patriots-related notes. Also, here's his practice report from Sunday. These are must-reads, too.
Bleacher Report Patriots featured columnist Oliver Thomas lists five sleepers to watch in training camp. All of the names he has listed here have looked solid-to-spectacular in practice, from my perspective.
New York Jets
After a scary report that Jets wide receiver Santonio Holmes had broken his rib, Jenny Vrentas of the Newark Star-Ledger clarifies that it was simply a bruised rib, and that x-rays came back negative.
Speaking of which, Chris Gross of TurnOnTheJets.com writes that the Jets' lack of depth at wide receiver is a serious concern.
Jeff Cappelini of CBS New York thinks that, for now, Jets running back Curtis Martin's induction into the Hall of Fame is like a Super Bowl win for Jets fans.
Tim Graham of The Buffalo News takes the gloves off in regards to perceived cockiness on behalf of Jets defensive end Aaron Maybin, formerly of the Bills.
Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com talks about cornerback Leodis McKelvin being a solid fit in the slot.
Joe Buscaglia of WGR 550 Sportsradio gives his notes from Sunday's practice, the ninth in Bills training camp.
Izzy Gould of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel writes that Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin has revealed a history of skin cancer.
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