AFC East links: Bills' Glenn on a mission

Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo News' Mark Gaughan reports rookie offensive lineman Cordy Glenn is determined to prove he can succeed at left tackle.

Cornerback Stephon Gilmore had three picks during rookie minicamp and earned praise from coach Chan Gailey, writes Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News.

Former Bills' undrafted free agent Domonic Cook is happy to have a second chance with the Bills, Skurski reports.

Miami Dolphins

The Sun Sentinel runs down 10 lingering questions for the Dolphins.

Former Dolphin Zach Thomas is trying to cope with Junior Seau's death.

New England Patriots

The move from the college ranks to the NFL has not been easy for 2011 draft pick Markell Carter. But this year during the rookie minicamp, Carter showed up bigger and better, the Boston Herald's Mark Daniels reports.

Rookie quarterback Mike Hartline knows the odds are stacked against him, writes Daniels.

Hyped as a high school prospect, defensive tackle Marcus Forston struggled in his college career and went undrafted. Now the rookie free agent is looking for a fresh start and a possible job as Vince Wilfork's backup, reports Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald.

Forston's not the only one getting a second chance, Greg. A Bedard of The Boston Globe reports. "They know their undrafted free agents will get a fair shot from Bill Belichick."

New York Jets

Coach Rex Ryan had little to say about the team's decision to turn down a repeat appearance on the HBO show "Hard Knocks."

GM Mike Tannenbaum won't discuss reports that the Jets had a trade worked out with the Steelers to move down in the draft if certain players were available.

Quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh doesn't coddle starter Mark Sanchez, writes Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.