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New York Jets
After showing little in his first season, the Jets are pleased with the work Vernon Gholston has put in during the offseason, Dave Hutchinson writes in The Star-Ledger.
Rich Cimini of the New York Daily News gets the team's take on the remarks Leon Washington's agent, Alvin Keels, recently made on Twitter.
Until Washington and fellow no-show Thomas Jones arrive at camp, the Jets will work with the backs they have, writes Greg Bishop in The New York Times.
Buffalo News reporter Allen Wilson discusses Marshawn Lynch's decision to appeal his three-game suspension.
The Football Scientist, KC Joyner, responds to the team bringing in free-agent linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa for a visit and wonders if signing him would be an upgrade for the Bills.
How do the Dolphins plan to use Jason Taylor? Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald has the details.
Count agent Drew Rosenhaus among those "floored" when he learned the amount of money it took to get Taylor signed.
New England Patriots
New Patriots tight end Alex Smith says he isn't trying to fill Troy Brown's shoes -- he just happens to be wearing Brown's No. 80, the Boston Herald's Karen Guregian writes.