Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter Omar Kelly tells us about receiver Anthony Armstrong, who's turning some heads.
Palm Beach Post reporter Edgar Thompson reviews what stood out at this weekend's minicamp.
Mike Berardino of the Sun-Sentinel writes about Monday's unsurprising cuts.
Miami Herald reporter David J. Neal writes about a veteran's role as quasi-coach to rookies.
Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post checks in with second-year guard Shawn Murphy about finally getting on the field.
Jonah Bronstein of the Niagara Gazette thinks cornerback Drayton Florence might not make the team out of training camp.
Brian Galliford of BuffaloRumblings.com takes a look at how the Bills use their safeties.
Canandaigua Messenger Post columnist Bill Pucko dislikes Bills owner Ralph Wilson's decision to have ESPN's Chris Berman present him for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
New England Patriots
Bill O'Brien doesn't have the title, but he will be New England's offensive coordinator, writes Boston Globe reporter Christopher L. Gasper.
WEEI.com's Christopher Price shares his thoughts on what he's seen now that OTAs and minicamp are over.
Michael Blunda of Pro Football Weekly says Tom Brady's knee is the top fantasy football story to follow for 2009.
New York Jets
New York Daily News reporters Rich Cimini and Ralph Vacchiano write the Jets have lost interest in Plaxico Burress.
Newsday's Bob Galuber thinks the Jets would be wise to steer clear of Burress.
Before Mark Sanchez has taken a snap in shoulder pads, he "has New York in the proverbial palm of his hand," Mark Cannizzaro writes for Pro Football Weekly.
CBSSports.com senior writer Clark Judge takes a look at why the Jets and other teams are getting their draft picks signed quickly.