AFC East: Brett Johnson

AFC East wire: Brady, Moss at OTA

June, 1, 2010
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New England Patriots

ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss says Tom Brady and Randy Moss are among the veterans who will participate during this week's OTA.

Former Patriots Isaiah Stanback (receiver) and Bruce Davis (linebacker) were claimed on waivers.

Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo News takes a look at undrafted safety Brett Johnson, who has displayed plenty of talent so far.

Eric Wood, who is recovering from a broken leg suffered in Week 10 of last season, has been working on the field and hopes to be ready for training camp.

Miami Dolphins

Thanks to the offseason use of a hyperbaric chamber, Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder has vowed that he will participate in training camp. Crowder suffered a fractured foot in December.

The Miami Herald has a recap of Tony Sparano's thoughts from Tuesday's OTA.

New York Jets

Pro Football Weekly wonders if the Jets will be distracted by the presence of HBO's "Hard Knocks" during this year's training camp.

A brief look at the contract situation for the Jets through 2014.

AFC East wire: Brown keeps focus on field

June, 1, 2010
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Buffalo Bills

Athletic safety Brett Johnson is hoping to make it with the Bills despite their depth at the position.

A pre-training camp look at the state of the Bills.

Miami Dolphins

Randy Starks is willing to change positions from end to nose tackle if it helps the team.

After having a fourth surgery on his left knee earlier this year, coach Tony Sparano decided to shed some weight and has already lost over 30 pounds.

Ronnie Brown says he isn't letting his unresolved contract situation bother him.

New England Patriots

Quarterback Tom Brady and receiver Randy Moss joined their Patriots teammates at voluntary organized team activities Tuesday.

Ron Brace chalks up his rookie-year struggles to poor technique and adjusting to the mental aspect of the NFL.

New York Jets

Rex Ryan counts receiver Braylon Edwards among his two most impressive players so far this offseason.

AFC East's undrafted rookies sorting out

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Who will be the next Wes Welker, Bart Scott or Davone Bess?

The final phase of draft weekend isn't running the vacuum cleaner in the war room on Saturday night. It's combing what's still left on the board and trying to sign the best leftovers to free-agent contracts. They can turn into starters -- and sometimes stars.

Teams can be slow to reveal the names of the rookie free agents they sign right after the draft, but Pro Football Weekly has kept an impressive, unofficial rundown from around the league. Here are the names PFW is reporting in the AFC East:

Buffalo Bills

Miami Dolphins

New England Patriots

  • Bryan Anderson, Central Michigan receiver
  • Sergio Brown, Notre Dame safety
  • Dane Fletcher, Montana State outside linebacker
  • Kyle Love, Mississippi State defensive tackle
  • Pat Paschall, North Dakota State running back
  • Ross Ventrone, Villanova safety
  • John Wise, Illinois defensive lineman
New York Jets

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