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Tuesday, February 22, 2011
AFC East wire: Byars says players will cave
On the NFL's labor dispute, former Dolphins, Patriots and Jets running back Keith Byars tells Palm Beach Post reporter Brian Biggane:
"The players will cave before the owners will."
Dolphins teammates turned local broadcasters
Joe Rose and Kim Bokamper exchange their thoughts on Chad Henne's future
and the quarterback situation as a whole.
NFL.com senior columnist Vic Carucci explains
why the Bills would be keen on Auburn quarterback Cam Newton
with the third overall draft pick.
The Associated Press reports offensive lineman
Ed Wang traveled to his parents' homeland in China
to teach football.
New England Patriots
Given news the Jets will furlough employees if a new collective bargaining agreement isn't reached by March 3, Boston Herald reporter Ian R. Rapoport considers
whether the Patriots would do something similar
ESPNBoston.com's Mike Reiss
compares the Patriots' recent draft classes to the Ravens'
-- and finds the Patriots come up a smidge short.
New York Jets
Newark Star-Ledger reporter Jenny Vrentas writes about the
Jets' decision to raise ticket prices for 2011
Eli Kaberon of Pro Football Weekly reports the Jets will
let cornerback Antonio Cromartie test free agency
, but hope he decides to return.