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Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Around the AFC East: McIntyre fights charges
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
Gene Warner of the Buffalo News reports fullback
Corey McIntrye has passed a lie detector test
in response to being charged with indecent exposure.
Buffalo News TV critic Alan Pergament takes an inside look at what Terrell Owens' VH-1 reality show might
reveal about the player and the city
Buffalo News reporter Mark Gaughan notes safety
Donte Whitner's case has been delayed
until next month.
Defensive end Chris Kelsay tells Rochester Democrat & Chronicle reporter Sal Maiorana that he
feels his place on the roster is secure
South Florida Sun-Sentinel columnist Dave Hyde writes of Jason Taylor: "In many ways, this isn't so much a return home after a wayward year for Taylor as
a return all the way to 1997
when he was a little-known, third-round pick from Akron."
Miami Herald columnist Greg Cote considers backup quarterback Chad Henne the
most important player on the roster
Palm Beach Post columnist Dave George points out a longer NFL season would be
great news for the undefeated 1972 Dolphins
Palm Beach Post reporter Edgar Thompson notes
Joey Porter isn't concerned
he and Taylor will experience a reprise of 2007.
Ricky Williams says he will retire
after the 2010 season, Thompson blogs.
Zach Buchanan of the Sun-Sentinel tracks rookie
Pat White's adjustment to the NFL
New England Patriots
Boston Globe reporter Christopher L. Gasper takes a look at
where Kevin O'Connell stands as backup quarterback
Gasper also takes a look at how Raiders defensive end
Derrick Burgess would look in Patriots gear
Boston Herald reporter Karen Guregian notes
reporters still haven't seen Tom Brady
on the field at OTAs.
New York Jets
The Associated Press reports running back
Thomas Jones will rejoin the team next week
despite a contract dispute.
New York Daily News reporter Ohm Youngmisuk
passes along Joe Namath's thoughts
on Mark Sanchez.