While both second-year player T.J. Graham and rookie Marquise Goodwin have similar skills with regard to speed, Graham tells the John Murphy Show that differences exist and hopefully the duo will complement each other in the fall.
With so many changes going on in Buffalo, all the reorganization has the Bills in at No. 28 in ProFootballTalk.com's preseason power rankings.
One memorabilia outlet is not too stoked about the Bills' rookies. "It has made the Bills significantly more relevant than normal," Adam Martin of Dave and Adam's Card World tells Tim Graham of the Buffalo News. "But within our industry, this draft class is just about the worst ever."
Linebacker Philip Wheeler is, shall we say, a tad excited about his new team. “We have a fast offense, man. We have playmakers at receiver. Any one of those guys can break it open at anytime. We have a young quarterback, but he’s out there playing like a veteran. We have a big offensive line and we can run the power game, spread them out. We can do whatever. Our tight end, we’ve got some of the best tight ends in the game," Wheeler tells the Palm Beach Post.
The Dolphins released their full training camp schedule, including ticket availability for open practices.
“My main goal is to win another Super Bowl,” linebacker Dannell Ellerbe said when asked what his goals were for his first season with Miami.
For Throwback Thursday, the Dolphins' official team website gets in on the mix by posting a nice photo of Jason Taylor and Zach Thomas.
New England Patriots
Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard was arrested early Thursday morning in Lincoln, Neb. on suspicion of driving under the influence. According to the Boston Globe, if the Patriots were to cut Dennard, he would count just $43,386 against the salary cap this season.
In an Insider piece, Adam Schefter answers whether the Patriots can still win the division, and if all of this offseason news is making the team more vulnerable for a disappointing season.
Mike Rodak continues his "Bubble watch" series with a look at wide receiver Michael Jenkins.
New York Jets
Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez says, despite a 33-29 starting record in four seasons, he wants to win in New York. "I love being here, I love playing here. We've tasted success here, and we've seen that formula work and we're getting back to that. There was a little adversity last year. Call it a little, call it a lot, call it whatever. It doesn't affect the way I train, the way I work," Sanchez tells Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com.
MartyBall is one of five reasons Jets fans should have hope for the 2013 season, writes Cimini. "We're not saying new OC Marty Mornhinweg is another Bill Walsh, but we know he's not another Tony Sparano -- and that's a good thing."
Right tackle Austin Howard checks in at No. 11 on the New York Post's list of the top 25 players on the Jets' roster.