The Boston Globe's Albert Breer scouts the Bills.
Terrell Owens' agent Drew Rosenhaus says his client is talking to five teams and "interest is really picking up."
BuffaloRumblings.com's Brian Galliford writes that Marshawn Lynch is the Bills player with the most to prove.
The Sun-Sentinel's Mike Bernadino sorts through the conspiracy theories surrounding Jason Ferguson's retirement.
Fifth-round draft pick safety Reshad Jones signed a four-year deal worth $1.95 million Friday.
Linebacker Channing Crowder expects to be ready in time for the start of training camp. Crowder has been recovering from a foot surgery to repair a Lisfranc fracture.
New England Patriots
It's safe to say that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is keeping an eye on the contract situation of No. 1 draft pick Sam Bradford.
Wes Welker stopped for a photo op with Adam Schefter while filming a commercial for ESPN.
The Boston Herald's Ian Rapoport spoke with Patriots owner Robert Kraft about "challenges" before training camp.
New York Jets