New York Jets
Joe Caporoso of Turn On The Jets says that the Jets could be utilizing a bit more of the 4-3, with several scheme versatile linemen and a new defensive line coach in Karl Dunbar who has experience coaching the 4-3.
A lot happened at minicamp on Thursday, from Darrelle Revis throwing some verbal jabs at Bill Belichick to Tim Tebow announcing the name change of his dog. Rich Cimini and Jane McManus of ESPN New York talk about it all in this video.
New England Patriots
The Patriots announced the signing of several undrafted free agents according to Greg Bedard of The Boston Globe, many of which were already known beforehand.
Bleacher Report contributor Kyle Cormier takes us for a trip down memory lane for the best and worst of Bill Belichick's draft picks.
One theme of the 2012 draft was versatility and helping the Patriots build a versatile front seven. Arkansas defensive end Jake Bequette figures to be a big part of that, so WEEI's Christopher Price caught up with Bequette's old head coach.
I was shocked to find out that the Miami Dolphins only need to allot $2.36 million to sign their rookie class of 11 draft picks, but Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post explains in his latest column.
Of all those picks, though, B/R draft guru Sigmund Bloom points out that offensive tackle Jonathan Martin has the best chance to start.
Also, Izzy Gould of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel has quotes from a Brandon Marshall radio interview in which he talks about his battle with borderline personality disorder and the death of Junior Seau.
The Bills have already changed much of the perception about their city and their team this offseason, but B/R Bills featured columnist Dan Van Wie writes that the Bills have to earn their respect the old fashioned way, and the Charlie Sheen way: duh, winning!
Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com has a video talking about what wide receiver T.J. Graham brings to the offense, namely long speed.
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