The Buffalo Bills looked to solve their quarterback situation last season when they drafted E.J. Manuel out of Florida State. While he has the potential to develop into a Daunte Culpepper type quarterback — nothing special but a playoff caliber guy — the Bills are worried about this injuries an the chance that starting him too often or too soon may cripple his future. Enter Mark Sanchez, a guy who has been crippled in the past but somehow can still walk around in the NFL.
Move #1: Sign Eugene Monroe to protect QB Ryan Tannehill’s blind-side.
Monroe is a 26-year old left tackle, who is still young and considered one of the league’s top tackles when healthy. He is a versatile offensive lineman and would fit what Joe Philbin and co. are trying to do with their offensive line
Free agency lives at the core of every NFL fan’s dreams. Patriots fans in particular should not be letting their imaginations run wild. The Patriots are close up against the salary cap this year, and haven’t made some of the cap clearing moves that were expected.
The Jets kicked off what promises to be a flurry of moves to improve its offense by securing one of its valued skill position players in the run-up to free agency. The Daily News first reported Friday night that the Jets agreed to terms on a three-year deal with tight end Jeff Cumberland. The organization is bullish on Cumberland’s ability to take that next step after flashes in his first four seasons
TODAY AT: 11am Somethings not right in Buffalo 2pm A Miami Dolphin 2013 Season Retrospective