Frenz of the Family: Must-Reads Around the AFC East, August 7 Edition

Erik FrenzSenior Writer IAugust 7, 2012

CORTLAND, NY - JULY 27:  Tim Tebow #15 of the New York Jets walks off the field after Jets Training Camp at SUNY Cortland on July 27, 2012 in Cortland, New York.  (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)
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Happy Tuesday, all! I will be reporting live from Patriots training camp today. Here are some links to hold you over.


New York Jets

James Walker of ESPN gives his thoughts on why it was wrong of Boomer Esiason to say the Jets should cut Tim Tebow.

Rich Cimini of ESPN New York gives his practice wrap from Monday's session, including Quinton Coples jumping off the map and a new-look safety spot.

Kristine Reese of The Green Room shares her quick hit thoughts on the Jets waiving both wide receivers Scotty McKnight and Damarcus Ganaway.


Buffalo Bills

Tim Graham of The Buffalo News writes that former Bills wide receiver Andre Reed is all too familiar with the value of a No. 2 wide receiver.

Jared Kracker of gives his take on why cornerback Aaron Williams should start in 2012.

B/R Bills featured columnist Josh Cembellin lists his seven biggest takeaways from Week 1 of Bills camp.


Miami Dolphins

Sean Donovan of AFC East Daily gives his observations on the Dolphins early depth chart.

According to Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald, both Joe Philbin and Mike Sherman think the quarterback position could be a strength for them.

Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post has five risers and five fallers on the Dolphins roster with the announcement of the early depth chart.


New England Patriots

Field Yates of ESPN Boston gives his big observations from Monday's practice, including the shuffling offensive line and the running back situation.

Additionally, here's a practice wrap-up from Greg Bedard of The Boston Globe.

Kristen Shilton of The Foxhole shares her thoughts on the Patriots' thin situation on the offensive line.


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.