AFC East links: Who starts at LT for Bills?

Buffalo Bills

Who's going to start at left tackle for the Bills? BuffaloBills.com's Chris Brown looks at the two-man race between Chris Hairston and 2012 second-round pick Cordy Glenn.

Center Eric Wood, who's going through the second major rehab of his pro career, said he's learned to be more patient during the healing process, reports the Buffalo News' Jay Skurski. Wood on rehabbing from a compound leg fracture suffered during his rookie season: “It definitely prepared me for this time around and helped me be more patient. I remember coming back from the leg break, I did do the minicamp for those three days just because I was dying to be back out there. This time around I’m more patient and realizing Sept. 9 is what matters.”

The Bills owe it to their fans to take advantage of new regulations that allow teams to lift local TV blackouts if just 85 percent of a stadium's nonpremium seats are sold, according to a Buffalo News editorial.

Miami Dolphins

What storylines will the team behind HBO's "Hard Knocks" focus on for this season's installment on the Dolphins? The Miami Herald's Barry Jackson talked with Ken Rodgers of NFL Films to find out.

Who's stock went up or down during the offseason? The Sports Xchange identifies the risers and fallers, and also takes a look at coach Joe Philbin's vision for the team.

New England Patriots

A 2012 team preview from Mike Kirby of NFL Draft Examiner.

ESPNBoston.com's Mike Rodak looks at reasons why linebacker James Ihedigbo should and shouldn't make the final roster.

Receiver Brandon Lloyd comes in at No. 16 on Tim Graham's list of the Top 25 players in the AFC East.

Field Yates describes how teams scout for defensive ends, and gauges where the Patriots stand at the position.

New York Jets

Tim Tebow has added jiu-jitsu to his offseason training regimen; the Jets quarterback has been working out in Torrance, Calif., at the Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Academy, reports Lynn Hoppes.