A nighttime collection of goings on from Thursday, with all four AFC East clubs active either on the practice field, in the front office or the holding center.
Buffalo News reporter Rodney McKissic blogs about an interview with safety Donte Whitner, who admits former coach Dick Jauron ran a soft program.
The Bills signed tackle Ed Wang, a fifth-round draft pick and the NFL's first full-blooded Chinese-American player.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter Mike Berardino writes about defensive end Phillip Merling's arrest for assaulting a pregnant woman, the fourth major arrest for the Dolphins this offseason.
Brian Biggane of the Palm Beach Post records Thursday's release of veteran linebacker Reggie Torbor.
New England Patriots
The Patriots announced they've re-signed outside linebacker Derrick Burgess and released receiver Isaiah Stanback and linebacker Bruce Davis.
Tom E. Curran of Comcast SportsNet New England passes along Bill Belichick's explanation for how joint training-camp workouts with the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints came about.
New York Jets
ESPNNewYork.com reporter Rich Cimini shares a menagerie of newsy notes from Thursday's open OTA, mentioning rookie cornerback Kyle Wilson's rough day and the release of kicker Clint Stitser.
New York Daily News reporter Manish Mehta updates the rehab status of nose tackle Kris Jenkins, who plans on being on the field for minicamp June 14.