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Associated Press reporter John Wawrow checks in with owner Ralph Wilson, who wants to wait at least two more years before considering moving more games to Toronto.
Mike Penner of the Los Angeles Times recaps a recent skit Terrell Owens did for a TV show 37 people have heard of.
Olean Times Herald reporter Tyler Dunne writes about rookie defensive back Jairus Byrd, son of former NFLer Gill Byrd.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel columnist Dave Hyde catches up with former Dolphins lineman Edward Newman. Now a judge in Miami, Newman insists punishment for misbehaving athletes shouldn't be limited to the court.
Palm Beach Post reporter Carlos Frias takes a look at how athletes can be targets for identity theft. Dolphins rookie cornerback Vontae Davis was victimized last week.
The Sun-Sentinel's Mike Berardino reports the Dolphins are close to signing rookie safety Chris Clemons.
New England Patriots
WEEI.com's Christopher Price considers what it will take to get each of the Patriots' draft picks signed.
Boston Globe reporter Mike Reiss provides a recap of what ESPN's Trent Dilfer thinks about Tom Brady's recovery from knee surgery.
Reiss takes a look at tackle Matt Light's participation in the NFL's Broadcast Boot Camp.
Sporting News reporter Albert Breer talks with 33-year-old running back Fred Taylor about changing uniforms for the first time.
New York Jets
Kerry J. Burne of ColdHardFootballFacts.com calls Joe Namath the "poster child of the AFL myth" that it was a more exciting brand of football than the NFL.