Around the AFC East: Wilson holds off on Toronto
June, 29, 2009
By Tim Graham | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
- Associated Press reporter John Wawrow checks in with owner Ralph Wilson, who wants to wait at least two more years before considering moving more games to Toronto.
- Mike Penner of the Los Angeles Times recaps a recent skit Terrell Owens did for a TV show 37 people have heard of.
- Olean Times Herald reporter Tyler Dunne writes about rookie defensive back Jairus Byrd, son of former NFLer Gill Byrd.
- South Florida Sun-Sentinel columnist Dave Hyde catches up with former Dolphins lineman Edward Newman. Now a judge in Miami, Newman insists punishment for misbehaving athletes shouldn't be limited to the court.
- Palm Beach Post reporter Carlos Frias takes a look at how athletes can be targets for identity theft. Dolphins rookie cornerback Vontae Davis was victimized last week.
- The Sun-Sentinel's Mike Berardino reports the Dolphins are close to signing rookie safety Chris Clemons.
New England Patriots
- WEEI.com's Christopher Price considers what it will take to get each of the Patriots' draft picks signed.
- Boston Globe reporter Mike Reiss provides a recap of what ESPN's Trent Dilfer thinks about Tom Brady's recovery from knee surgery.
- Reiss takes a look at tackle Matt Light's participation in the NFL's Broadcast Boot Camp.
- Sporting News reporter Albert Breer talks with 33-year-old running back Fred Taylor about changing uniforms for the first time.
- Kerry J. Burne of ColdHardFootballFacts.com calls Joe Namath the "poster child of the AFL myth" that it was a more exciting brand of football than the NFL.