Friday, July 16, 2010
AFC East links: Jason Ferguson retires
By ESPN.com staff
Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com reviews the Bills' unsuccessful efforts over the years to find a long-term solution at quarterback since Jim Kelly retired 14 years ago.
Speaking of Bills quarterbacks, Trent Edwards is among the professional athletes competing at a celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe Friday.
Paul Miller of NFL Gridiron Gab has a profile of coach Chan Gailey.
The Miami Dolphins announced the retirement of 13-year veteran defensive tackle Jason Ferguson.
The Dolphins are going to miss Ferguson's calming influence, writes Mike Berardino of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
The Dolphins say they aren't threatened by all the attention the NBA's Miami Heat are getting -- in fact, the Dolphins say they welcome it.
Cornerbacks Vontae Davis and Sean Smith reflect on their rookie season together.
New England Patriots
Randy Moss hired Joel Segal to be his agent. Segal, who replaces Tim DiPiero, also represents Chris Johnson, Darren Sharper, Reggie Bush and Michael Vick.
Frank Bauer, the agent for guard Logan Mankins, told the Boston Herald that "we haven't heard from [the Patriots]," but he didn't rule out reaching a deal before training camp starts in two weeks.
NESN.com's Jeff Howe asks, "What can we expect from Jerod Mayo in 2010?"
New York Jets
Darrelle Revis said he was "clueless" about the status over negotiations over his contract.
The team's website has a Q&A about tickets and PSLs at the new stadium.
In a promo for the upcoming season of "Hard Knocks," which features the Jets, coach Rex Ryan says, "The buzz is this is the team to beat."