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Sunday, May 9, 2010
AFC East wire: Shula, Scott finally embrace
South Florida Sun-Sentinel columnist Dave Hyde writes how
the silence between Don Shula and Jake Scott ended
after nearly three decades.
Palm Beach Post columnist Greg Stoda
examines Tony Sparano's job security
compared to South Florida's other coaches.
Miami Herald reporter Barry Jackson catches up with Chad Pennington, who says his
surgically repaired shoulder will be 100 percent
by training camp and Pat White's accuracy has improved.
Buffalo News columnist Jerry Sullivan writes of Brian Brohm: "Only in Buffalo could a quarterback be simultaneously
fighting for his NFL life and serving as the fans' greatest source of hope
at the game's most important position."
Perfect for Mother's Day, Allen Wilson of the Buffalo News shares the
story of rookie nose tackle Torell Troup's tough upbringing
Toronto Sun reporter Mike Ganter soaks up Clemson running back
C.J. Spiller's first days in the NFL
New England Patriots
The 2011 draft pick the Patriots received from the Saints for tight end David Thomas
has been upgraded to a sixth-rounder
, ESPNBoston.com's Mike Reiss reports.
In a piece for "The Fifth Down" blog at NYTimes.com, Toni Monkovic wonders if
Bill Belichick has gotten a free pass on questionable drafting
Hartford Courant columnist Jeff Jacobs wants everybody to relax about
rookie tight end Aaron Hernandez's history of marijuana use
New York Jets
Boston Herald reporter Karen Guregian ponders
if the Jets' offseason moves will be enough to supplant the Patriots
as the class of the division.
ESPNNewYork.com's Rich Cimini empties out his notebook with various Jets tidbits,
including items on JaMarcus Russell and Adalius Thomas
Jake Gyllenhaal's dream project would be
starring in a motion picture about Joe Namath