Quarterback Brian Brohm says he feels like he's prepared to compete for the starting job. "I've had two years in the NFL to get used to everything and get myself prepared," Brohm said. "I feel like I can fully compete for this starting job. I feel like I'm ready to take charge out there. We'll see what happens. But I feel like I'm at a position where I'll be able to put my best foot forward and make a legitimate run at the starting job."
With Jason Taylor, Joey Porter and Matt Roth all gone, the Dolphins need Cameron Wake, Charlie Anderson, Quentin Moses and Erik Walden to step up their game as pass-rushers.
Wake sounds like a guy who is prepared to do just that.
New England Patriots
Jeff Howe of NESN.com cites poor play calling as one of the reasons New England's offense struggled last season.
Despite losing a few starters in free agency, John Clayton says the Patriots are still the team to beat in the AFC East.
New York Jets
According to the New York Daily News, quarterback JaMarcus Russell is no longer on the Jets' radar.
Caylan Davis of NESN.com analyzes LaDainian Tomlinson's Super Bowl prediction.