Found May 03, 2013 on AFC East Daily:
BY NICK ST. DENISHappy Friday. Here's your light reading for the first part of the last day of the work-week:A pair of Jets reserve roster bodies were cut Tuesday after a Monday arrest.The Patriots announce 19 rookie free agent signings.Dion Jordan & Co. begin Dolphins rookie camp Friday.In addition to a receiver, the Bills found an intriguing linebacker on the free rookie market.New England has been a pretty good place for undrafted players.Mark Sanchez is confident he'll come out of the camp competition on top.No. Tim Tebow will not be a Dolphin.The Bills undoubtedly had speed as a focal point in the draft.FROM THE INSIDE:David Garrard says he isn't in New York just to collect paychecks.Patriots punter Zoltan Mesko is prepared for 'healthy competition' in camp.Dolphins offensive coordinator Mike Sherman expects big things from Ryan Tannehill.Quinton Coples' positional move means little in the scheme of things.Three AFC East teams were touted for their u...
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