Around the AFC East: Can Jets replace Jenkins?
October, 23, 2009
By Tim Graham | ESPN.com
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New York Jets
New York Jets
- Rich Cimini of the New York Daily News sorts out how the Jets plan to deal with the loss of nose tackle Kris Jenkins.
- Newark Star-Ledger reporter Manish Mehta traces linebacker Bart Scott's trash-talking roots back to his fascination with pro wrestling as a child.
- Roderick Boone of Newsday takes a look at receiver David Clowney's emergence in the Jets' offense.
- Buffalo News reporter Jay Skurski surveys the Bills' locker room to see how Terrell Owens is handling his season behind closed doors.
- Leo Roth of the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle wishes minimum-wage left tackle Demetrius Bell good luck win keeping $16.7 million pass-rusher Julius Peppers away from Ryan Fitzpatrick.
- The Carolina Panthers are concerned about their lousy special teams going up against the historically dangerous Bills return units.
- Miami Herald reporter David J. Neal detects some resentment when asking the Dolphins about how good the Saints are.
- Palm Beach Post reporter Edgar Thompson wants to know what happened to safety Yeremiah Bell, who has followed up a fine season with a pedestrian 2009 so far.
- Mike Berardino of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel explores the possibilities of a defense that can use pass-rushers Jason Taylor, Joey Porter and Cameron Wake at the same time.
- Monique Walker of the Boston Globe notes the myriad logistical issues of moving a franchise to London for the weekend.
- Boston Herald reporter Dan Duggan writes about the Patriots' wise decision to keep BenJarvus Green-Ellis on their active roster out of camp.
- WEEI.com's Christopher Price writes "Half a world away from Gillette Stadium, [Adalius] Thomas will hit a career crossroads on Sunday at Wembley Stadium. Fair or not, the 32-year-old linebacker will be measured by how he responds to the events of last weekend."