AFC East links: Getting back to work

Buffalo Bills

Bills players are excited to have things starting to return to normal.

USA Today concludes its series looking at five questions facing each team with a breakdown of the Bills.

Miami Dolphins

With the lockout now over, Armando Salguero says it's time for Dolphins owner Stephen Ross to deliver on his promise to bring a winner to Miami.

Omar Kelly looks at the Dolphins' free agents and those players' futures with the team.

New England Patriots

ESPNBoston.com's Mike Reiss rattles off 10 things that should be on the Patriots' to-do list now that the lockout is behind us.

Bob Ryan of The Boston Globe: "If you are an exclusionary NFL junkie, not interested in anything else happening in the world of sport, and thus you really needed OTAs and such to get you through May and June, you need more help than is probably available. The rest of us, who enjoy football as part of our 12-month sports smorgasbord, missed a little free agency talk but nothing else. We have survived very nicely."

New York Jets

Matt Bowen of the National Football Post says re-signing Santonio Holmes should be a top priority for the Jets.

Damien Woody says he'll consider retiring if he doesn't get a new deal from the Jets.