Around the AFC East: Izzo used to being a rival
July, 6, 2009
By Tim Graham | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com staff
- ESPN anchor Chris Berman was "stunned" and "humbled" by Ralph Wilson's request to present the Bills owner at his Hall of Fame induction. "It really came out of the blue to me," said Berman. "I've rarely been so honored or humbled as that phone call. I said, 'I'll tell you this, I'll do a helluva job for you.'"
- Miami's Ernest Wilford is hoping his versatility as a tight end/wide receiver will put him in a good position to make the team.
- The Palm Beach Post's Edgar Thompson asks, "Which Dolphin will you be focusing on next month?"
New England Patriots
- The Boston Globe's Gary Dzen looks at the possibility of Willie McGinest rejoining the Patriots.
New York Jets
- The New York Post's Mike Vaccaro says the recent suspension of linebacker Calvin Pace for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs won't get Jets fans down.
- Larry Izzo is getting used to wearing a former rival's colors -- again. More on this from the Globe's Christopher L. Gasper.