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Allen Wilson of the Buffalo News reports the Bills are questioning how much DT John McCargo wants to be an NFL regular.
Buffalo News columnist Bob DiCesare shares the story of Orchard Park native and Bills LB Jon Corto.
Niagara Gazette columnist Tim Schmitt writes the Bills' youth movement has turned the corner.
They spell it differently up there, so don't blame David Naylor or the Globe and Mail for writing about Buffalo's defence.
The Palm Beach Post's Edgar Thompson takes an in-depth look at QB Chad Pennington's infamously suspect right arm.
Offensive coordinator Dan Henning spoke with reporters for the first time in weeks and was refreshingly candid, writes Miami Herald reporter David J. Neal.
Harvey Fialkov of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel finds out how the players view defensive coordinator Paul Pasqualoni.
MiamiDolphins.com writer Andy Kent looks at what the offense will face in Sunday's game in Arizona.
New England Patriots
Jim McCabe of the Boston Globe weaves a great story about what it's like when an icon who's so intimately tied with one team moves to another.
Providence Journal columnist Jim Donaldson has a lot of questions about QB Matt Cassel's first NFL start.
Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy writes that Cassel's journey is a valuable life lesson for everybody.
Metro News writer Christopher Price writes how much of a difference Pats fans will notice about Brett Favre with the Jets.
It took five days, but Steve Buckley of the Boston Herald finally gets around to comparing QB Tom Brady's season-ending knee injury with those of other Bostonian sports legends.
New York Jets
Bergen Record columnist Ian O'Connor provides a must-read account of former Jets WR Wesley Walker's daily pain.
WR Laveranues Coles is working at his relationship with QB Brett Favre, writes New York Post reporter Mark Cannizzaro.
New York Daily News columnist Gary Myers revisits the never-ending Spygate story.
RB CB Dwight Lowery doesn't wear emotions on his sleeve, but he will wear wristbands with long sleeves, writes Greg Bishop of the New York Times.