Posted by ESPN.com's Tim Graham
Miami Herald columnist Greg Cote implores the Dolphins to trade for Brandon Marshall. "That is, if the team could manage to find a uniform that fits a 6-4 wide receiver coming off a Pro Bowl season and still ascending at age 25."
Palm Beach Post reporter Edgar Thompson tries to find out what's wrong with Miami's punt coverage.
Mike Berardino of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel writes Tony Sparano's motivational methods aren't always textbook.
Buffalo News columnist Jerry Sullivan theorizes the Bills closed practice to the media Monday because they're learning how to huddle.
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle reporter Sal Maiorana writes key members of the Bills' first-team offense aren't worried about having zero preseason touchdowns.
Buffalo News reporter Mark Gaughan analyzes the possibility Demetrius Bell could be overtaking Langston Walker as the starting left tackle.
Niagara Gazette sports editor Tim Schmitt thinks the Bills are playing with fire with the way they defend first downs.
New England Patriots
Boston Globe columnist Tony Massarotti lauds Tedy Bruschi for walking away with dignity.
Providence Journal columnist Jim Donaldson notes Bruschi would have been eligible for the Hall at Patriot Place this summer had he not returned from a stroke and played four more years.
Boston Herald reporter Karen Guregian writes about Bruschi's inspirational hold on New England.
WEEI.com's Mike Petraglia looks for leaders who will try to fill Bruschi's void.
New York Jets
M.A. Mehta of the Newark Star-Ledger writes the Jets' defense still has some kinks to work out.
Lito Sheppard knows he'll be busy playing opposite Darrelle Revis, writes J.P. Pelzman of the Bergen Record.
New York Daily News reporter Rich Cimini writes that Leon Washington reminds Marshall Faulk of Barry Sanders.
Newsday's Roderick Boone writes undrafted rookie linebacker Jamaal Westerman is doing enough to make the team.
Mark Cannizzaro of the New York Post makes note of the latest sign of encouragement for Vernon Gholston.