Around the AFC East: Miami's rookies impressing
July, 15, 2009
By Tim Graham | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com staff
- A former Bills employee has been charged with stealing more than $70,000 from the team.
- What are the chances Terrell Owens remains in Buffalo for more than one season?
- The Dolphins have come a long way since their 1-15 record in 2007.
- Miami has agreed to terms with rookie wide receiver Brian Hartline.
- Several of Miami's rookies are making positive impressions on the coaching staff.
New England Patriots
- The Boston Globe's Mike Reiss takes a snapshot look at the Patriots' receivers.
New York Jets
- Could Mark Sanchez be the key for the NFL to tap into the Hispanic market?
- Leon Washington says he's not sure if he'll show up on time for training camp. Washington: "Honestly, the situation is pretty much the same as it was in minicamp [last month]. We're at a standstill. Not a standstill, but nothing has really changed."
- A day after releasing Bubba Franks, the Jets signed tight end Richard Owens.