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Thursday, April 30, 2009
Around the AFC East: Sanchez the pitchman
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New York Jets
Toni Monkovic of the New York Times' "The Fifth Down" blog explores how much
marketability played a role
in the Jets' decision to draft Mark Sanchez.
Erik Ainge finally has reported
to the Jets' offseason program, New York Daily News writer Rich Cimini reports.
Buffalo News reporter Mark Gaughan writes on the
passing of Bills scouting executive Linda Bogdan
, one of owner Ralph Wilson's three daughters.
Olean Times Herald sports editor Chuck Pollock writes the Bills
might have found five starters
in the draft.
NFL.com's Vic Carucci calls the Bills'
decision not to draft a tackle
the fifth-biggest surprise of draft weekend.
Palm Beach Post reporter Edgar Thompson catches up with receiver
Greg Camarillo, who's not worried
about how the Dolphins drafted.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter Harvey Fialkov got Paul Soliai's reaction to the Dolphins
not drafting another nose tackle
New England Patriots
Providence Journal columnist Jim Donaldson
still sees holes
in the Patriots' post-draft defense.
The Boston Globe's Christopher L. Gasper introduces Pats fans to
new safety Patrick Chung
WEEI.com's Christopher Price checks in with Chung's high school coach to get a sense of
what the rookie is about