NFL Nation: Joe Namtah
Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
New England Patriots
- Patriots receiver Wes Welker tells Sports Illustrated's Peter King that New England's offense could be better than it was in 2007.
- Christopher L. Gasper of the Boston Globe takes a look at the transformation taking place on Patriots' special teams.
- Boston Globe columnist Ron Borges reminds us quarterback Matt Gutierrez still is on the team.
- Providence Journal reporter Shalise Manza Young writes outside linebacker Shawn Crable is eager to shake off a frustrating rookie campaign.
- Buffalo News columnist Larry Felser breaks down the pros and cons if the Bills signed Michael Vick.
- Signing Vick would be a brilliant business move, contends Rochester Democrat & Chronicle columnist Bob Matthews.
- Brian Galliford of BuffaloRumblings.com looks at the state of the Bills' receiver corps.
- Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports on defensive lineman Randy Starks' arrest for pinning a police officer with his truck.
- Palm Beach Post reporter Edgar Thompson writes this isn't the first time Starks has been arrested.
- South Florida Sun-Sentinel columnist Dave Hyde gives a snapshot of Ricky Williams as he approaches the end of his football lifespan.
- Matt Sohn of Pro Football Weekly writes it looks like cornerback Will Allen will be spending his last season with Miami.
New York Jets
- FanHouse.com columnist Lisa Olson writes the comparisons of Mark Sanchez to Joe Namath are inescapable.
- NFL.com senior columnist Thomas George catches up with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer to talk about his emerging voice and vision.
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