5:49 AM EDT, Fri August 22, 2014
AFC East Rumors & News
It Is What It Is | WEEI 12 hours ago
The Patriots released defensive lineman Marcus Forston and tight end D.J. Williams on Thursday. Here’s a portion of the statement issued by the team on the moves: Forston, 24, was originally signed by the Patriots as a rookie free agent on May 10, 2012, out of Miami. The 6-foot-3, 305-pounder made the 53-man roster of […]
The Phinsider 49 mins ago
Check out the Miami Dolphins stories you may have missed over the past day, including the Dolphins would be reckless to cut Matt Moore. DOLPHINS QUARTERBACKS: Despite $5.5M salary, Dolphins would be reckless to cut QB... | www.mypalmbeachpost.comMatt Moore is an expensive insurance policy, absolutely, but he’s worth the money if only because he’s worth the Dolphins’ peace of mind. Ryan Tannehill excited for dress rehearsal - Miami Dolphins Blog - ESPNDAVIE, Fla. -- The Miami Dolphins will play their third and most important preseason game Saturday when they host the Dallas Cowboys. ...
Buffalo Rumblings 13 hours ago
We now know how much each group bid on the Buffalo Bills. Last week, Mike Ozanian from Forbes wrote that all the bids for the Buffalo Bills were below one billion dollars. Today, Ozanian has exact figures and they are very low - not just below $1 billion, but below $900 million. The current non-binding bids into Morgan Stanley are as follows: Terry Pegula: $890 million Bon Jovi Group (Larry Tanenbaum, Ed Rogers): $820 million Donald Trump: $809 million Forbes valued the team at $935 million earlier this week so these numbers are embarassingly low for the company handling the sale and...
It Is What It Is | WEEI 17 hours ago
Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo, who has yet to play a game this preseason, joined Middays with MFB on Thursday as the team prepares to play the Panthers on Friday night. To hear the interview, go to the MFB audio on demand page. Mayo, who suffered a season-ending torn pectoral muscle last Oct. 13, would not […]
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- With full practices now closed to reporters, there is a little more educated guesswork when it comes to which New England Patriots players won't suit up for Friday night's preseason game against the Carolina Panthers. We'll circle back closer to game-time when it becomes more clear, but here's the snapshot look: OT Sebastian Vollmer -- Starting right tackle has missed the entire week of practice, all but ensuring he won't play tonight.
Boston Herald 5 hours ago
FOXBORO — Rookie defensive lineman Dominique Easley has worn out the film during his quest to recognize the subject of his studies.Easley has utilized the tape to his advantage as he breaks down the intricacies of his technique, and it’s a significant tool in his efforts to completely recover from a torn ACL. So far, the Patriots first-round pick admitted he hasn’t seen the same disrupter who terrorized offensive lines for the Florida Gators.
New York Daily News 5 hours ago
Friday’s Snoopy Bowl could feature a preseason battle for the ages: the Giants’ hapless passing offense against a rag-tag group of cornerbacks who last week made Andy Dalton look like a Manning. Peyton Manning, that is.
Buffalo News 6 hours ago
Thursday: Day 20 of 20.Switching it up: The final practice of training camp was moved up from 2 p.m. to 10:30 a.m. because of the threat of inclement weather. The practice was also closed to fans.... Read More
Newsday 7 hours ago
Hofstra will always be home to the Jets.
Inside the Bills | Buffalobills.com 7 hours ago
Our last show here in Pittsford as we depart from St. John Fisher College. The team broke camp early this afternoon. Post-practice, head coach Doug Marrone spoke to the media. We got his thoughts on the 5-week long camp. We also heard from our listeners who weighed in on tonight’s topic. What is the […]
Newsday 8 hours ago
Andre Williams has been put on notice.
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- A daily review of the hot topics from New York Jets training camp: The Jets returned to their Long Island roots Thursday evening, drawing 11,000 fans for a "Family Night" practice at Hofstra Stadium. This was their way of throwing a bone to their Long Island fan base, which lost the team in 2009. Hofstra was the Jets' year-round home for four decades, but that changed when Woody Johnson decided to move the operation to Florham Park, N.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel 8 hours ago
Dolphins coach Joe Philbin wants to see more explosive plays whether passing or runningWhile a large number of Dolphins followers will be desperately looking for quarterback Ryan Tannehill to hook up with wide receiver Mike Wallace on a deep ball Saturday against Dallas, coach Joe Philbin won't be among them.
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- Only a preseason game? The New York Jets don't think that way. They took a chippy approach last week against the Cincinnati Bengals, and they appear to have the same mindset as they prepare for the New York Giants. A quote by rookie running back Andre Williams, who said the Giants are "the real New York team," has resonated with the Jets, who don't need much to set them off. "We'll answer his remarks tomorrow," guard Willie Colon said Thursday night after a special practice at Hofstra, his alma mater.
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- It was only a matter of time, and that time is now. First-round pick Calvin Pryor will start at safety Friday night when the New York Jets meet the New York Giants in their annual preseason game. Pryor worked with the first team Thursday evening in a special practice at Hofstra, with Rex Ryan confirming later the Louisville Slugger will replace Jaiquawn Jarrett in the lineup. "You know he's ready for it," Ryan said. "You saw the game (last week), as well as I have.