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Friday, February 6, 2009
Around the AFC East: Ray Lewis a Jet?
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New York Jets
Newsday reporter Erik Boland writes
linebacker Ray Lewis is intrigued
by the idea of reuniting with his old defensive coordinator, who now runs the Jets.
New York Post columnist Steve Serby
starts banging the drum
for the Jets to sign Lewis.
UPDATE: Newark Star-Ledger reporter Jenny Vrentas reports enough kind souls have
stepped up to help Larry Grantham
keep his Super Bowl III ring.
Buffalo Business First writer Gary Burns wonders if Ralph Wilson will
thank Erie County taxpayers for subsidizing
the Bills in the owner's Hall of Fame speech.
couldn't get far enough away
from the Super Bowl scene, writes Kyle Galdeira for the Honolulu Star-Bulletin.
Miami Herald columnist Armando Salguero considers
Dallas Cowboys receiver Miles Austin
a person of interest for the Dolphins.
New England Patriots
Boston Herald reporter Karen Guregian writes
chances are next to nil
Matt Cassel will not sign his one-year, $14.65 million franchise-tag offer.
Mike Reiss of the Boston Herald muses "If no market generates, the Patriots could have the
most expensive backup in the NFL