AFC East Notes: Bills, Dolphins, Jets, Patriots



The Bills signed QB Matt Barkley to a two-year extension on Friday.

“It’s worked out pretty well,” Barkley said of his new deal, via “At the outset of the season I was injured and got released and was sitting on my couch at home not knowing what the future held. But at the same time I kept working and staying confident and worked to get back on the field. To see the extension today and knowing I have a future with the Bills and knowing it’s a place I really want to be… I love this team and this organization and the QB room we have, it’s really, really special.



Jets WR Robby Anderson says he feels like he’s been a No. 1 receiver for New York the past few seasons.

“I feel like that’s what I’ve been,” Anderson said, via the New York Post. “That’s what I was last year. That’s what I’ve proven myself to be. People are going to say what they want to say. There’s always going to be doubters and critics.”

Anderson added that he wants to be part of the Jets’ turnaround.

“I want to be a part of the uprising and the transformation,” Anderson said.


  • According to Ian Rapoport, Josh Gordon‘s future in the NFL is “murky at best” after being suspended indefinitely for a violation of his reinstatement.
  • Rapoport says that Gordon clearly won’t play again for the Patriots this season and it’s possible we’ve seen the last of him in the NFL.
  • Patriots HC Bill Belichick said of Gordon: “I spoke with Josh yesterday morning. It’s obviously an unfortunate situation. Personally I wish him the very best as we all do on this team.” (Phil Perry)
  • Michael Giardi spoke to a team source about their receiver situation who said they will have to work with what they have the rest of the way.
  • Patriots signed DL Ufomba Kamalu to their active roster. (NFLTR)
  • Patriots signed OL Tony Adams to their practice squad.
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