Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New York Jets
Newsday's Bob Glauber catches up with ex-Giants QB Jeff Hostetler, who thinks Brett Favre made a mistake by deciding to play.
New York Post beat writer Mark Cannizzaro writes Favre's arm fatigue might be overblown -- like everything else about Favre's return.
New York Daily News reporter Kristie Ackert writes about offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer's impressions of Favre.
Leo Roth of the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle writes Thursday night's Toronto exhibition "had all the feel of watching someone date your girlfriend."
Globe & Mail reporter David Naylor writes about the first date in what could be a long marriage between the Bills and Toronto.
Toronto Sun columnist Bill Lankhof isn't giddy about the prospect of the Bills moving there permanently: "We are talking about the Bills. Just what this city needs, another team that can find a playoff spot about as often as my wife can find something in her purse."
Buffalo News reporter Allen Wilson breaks down Buffalo's impressive rebound performance against the Steelers.
Bucky Gleason of the Buffalo News reports the Bills' first-string offensive line played well without Pro Bowl T Jason Peters.
Miami Herald columnist Armando Salguero weighs in on Thursday's brawl at Dolphins camp.
Despite rumors to the contrary, QB John Beck still is on the roster, writes Palm Beach Post reporter Ben Volin.
The Dolphins cut three undrafted rookies today, none of them a surprise.
New England Patriots
Boston Globe scribe Christopher L. Gasper writes about the Patriots' signing of veteran S John Lynch.
Rookie QB Kevin O'Connell is trying to absorb as much as he can from Tom Brady, writes the Providence Journal's Carolyn Thornton.
Lawrence Eagle-Tribune reporter Mike McMahon shares the compelling tale of former Boston Patriot CB Daryl Johnson.