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Tuesday, September 2, 2008
Around the AFC East: Must-win for Jets already?
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New York Jets
Sporting News writer Vinnie Iyer rates the
teams that must win their openers
, and the Jets are No. 1.
Newsday writer Erik Boland checks around to
gauge how the Jets feel
about playing old friend Chad Pennington on Sunday.
New York Post reporter Mark Cannizzaro writes about the return of
special teams coach Mike Westhoff
, who has been battling bone cancer.
Rich Cimini of the New York Daily News reports the
Jets are interested in free-agent S John Lynch
The Newark Star-Ledger's Dave Hutchinson takes a tour of the
Jets' new headquarters
in Florham Park, N.J.
San Diego Union-Tribune reporter Jerry Magee writes a wistful take for Pro Football Weekly on the Bills'
tenuous future in Western New York
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle writer Sal Maiorana explains there are
plenty of items to be worried about
heading into Sunday's season opener.
John Wawrow of the Associated Press checks in with CB Ashton Youboty
now that roster cuts are over
South Florida Sun-Sentinel columnist Dave Hyde
curbs the enthusiasm
, telling Dolfans "Let's not get carried away with August's hope."
Associated Press reporter Steven Wine examines the
Dolphins' state of mind
as they go about trying to erase a 1-15 season.
Andy Kent of MiamiDolphins.com
lays out the story lines
for Sunday's season opener against Brett Favre and the New York Jets.
Palm Beach Post reporter Ben Volin takes a look at how
RB Ricky Williams' extension
affects the rest of the backfield.
The Post's Edgar Thompson writes about
Joey Porter's status
among other notes.
Miami Herald columnist Armando Salguero notes the Jets have just re-hired a coach who was invited to
observe Dolphins training camp
New England Patriots
Boston Herald columnist Steve Buckley
doesn't think there's any chance
QB Tom Brady won't start Sunday's season opener.
Associated Press reporter Howard Ulman provides
the latest updates on Brady's status
Glen Farley of the Quincy Patriot Ledger digests
CB Deltha O'Neal's free-agency signing
Pro Football Weekly's spies say the
Patriots are worried
their OL problems will hurt their running game.