Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
Palm Beach Post columnist Dave George writes veteran cornerback Will Allen is being a mentor to rookies Sean Smith and Vontae Davis.
Miami Herald reporter Jeff Darlington wonders what coach Tony Sparano will think of next.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter Omar Kelly writes Randy Starks is having trouble auditioning for the right defensive end opening.
Chris Perkins of the Palm Beach Post notes the depth chart should get tweaked after Saturday's scrimmage.
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle reporter Sal Maiorana looks back on how Ralph Wilson went from the "honky-tonk AFL" to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Buffalo News columnist Jerry Sullivan pens an ode to Wilson, whose first game he saw featured Bronco Nagurski.
Toronto Globe & Mail reporter David Naylor sketches out the running back situation beyond Marshawn Lynch, who is suspended for the first three games.
D&C reporter John Boccacino previews the debuts of rookie offensive linemen Eric Wood and Andy Levitre.
Brian Galliford of BuffaloRumblings.com writes, among other camp observations, about a disconcerting string of injuries on the line.
New England Patriots
Christopher L. Gasper of the Boston Globe takes another look at newly acquired pass-rusher Derrick Burgess.
Boston Herald reporter Ian R. Rapoport writes nose tackle Vince Wilfork doesn't want to play for anyone else.
Providence Journal reporter Robert Lee writes about undrafted rookie quarterback Brian Hoyer's experience learning from Tom Brady.
The player most affected by Burgess' arrival is Pierre Woods, writes Boston Herald reporter Rich Thompson.
Glen Farley of the Quincy Patriot Ledger gauges reaction from players on how Camp Belichick has gone so far.
New York Jets
New York Daily News reporter Rich Cimini writes sophomore tight end Dustin Keller will be a marked man this year.
Newsday's Roderick Boone notes the chemistry Mark Sanchez has quickly found with Wallace Wright -- of all people.
Dave Hutchinson of the Newark Star-Ledger thinks Sanchez has "a surprising command" of offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer's no-huddle offense.
Dan Sweeney of the Ithaca Journal looks into whether Chris Pizzotti is doing enough to win the third quarterback job from Erik Ainge.