AFC East Wire: Henne still in Miami's plans
January, 26, 2011
By Tim Graham | ESPN.com
- General manager Jeff Ireland spoke to reporters at the Senior Bowl and said Chad Henne is in the Dolphins' plans for 2011, writes Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post.
- South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter Omar Kelly breaks down the latest changes to the Dolphins coaching staff, including receivers coach Karl Dorrell switching to quarterbacks.
- Breakout receiver Steve Johnson has been named Vizio Top Value Performer for 2010 ahead of Peyton Hillis, Brandon Lloyd, LaMarr Woodley and Ahmad Bradshaw.
- Boston Herald reporter Ian R. Rapoport catches up with Bills head coach Chan Gailey at the Senior Bowl and learns the Bills aren't stressed about the Patriots' and Jets' success.
- In a video blog, Boston Globe columnist Bob Ryan and blogger Chad Finn discuss whether Tom Brady's age and injury history should be a serious concern moving forward.
- Scott McLaughlin of WEEI.com commemorates the silver anniversary of the Patriots' first Super Bowl appearance. It didn't turn out so well.
- Newark Star-Ledger beat writer Jenny Vrentas reports the Jets have denied the Raiders permission to interview secondary coach Dennis Thurman for defensive coordinator.
- The Jets signed 18 players to reserve-future contracts. Randy Lange on the NewYorkJets.com blog has the rundown.