- According to Josina Anderson, the tight end situation in Buffalo is worth keeping an eye on, as the team is not settled with their current group. Anderson also notes that Eagles’ TE Zach Ertz could be an option for Philadelphia.
- Dolphins HC Brian Flores had high praise of first-round WR Jaylen Waddle‘s performance so far in OTAs: “He’s smart. He’s tough. He’s competitive. He’s talented. Team-first guy. I just felt like he’d bring competition and talent to the room. He’s got very good speed. Good hands. Good after the catch. Good as a route runner. Smart, and can play multiple positions.” (Omar Kelly)
- Dolphins LB Jerome Baker, who is entering the final year of his deal, said he’d like to play in Miami for his entire career: “I want to play here for the rest of my career.” (Adam Beasley)
- Baker believes his contract situation will “figure itself out.” (Armando Salguero)
- However, Baker added he hasn’t discussed a long-term contract with the Dolphins this offseason. (Barry Jackson)
New Jets’ LB Jarrad Davis isn’t concerned with looking back on his time in Detroit and wondering why it didn’t work out. Instead, he is doing his best to learn his new defense under HC Robert Saleh.
“It was a great learning experience for me and made me appreciate the game more than before,” Davis said, via NewYorkJets.com. “Sure, my performance could have been better, but at the end of the day it is what it is, no hard feelings, no bad blood. I definitely feel very excited to be in New York, with this scheme, Coach Saleh, and the players out there. I’m happy to be on a team that is young and talented. I feel extremely blessed to be in this position because it didn’t have to go this way. For lack of a better term, it’s a rebirth.”
- Jets HC Robert Saleh said S Ashtyn Davis is still rehabbing from last season’s foot injury but is expected to be recovered in time for training camp. (Ralph Vacchiano)
- Saleh expects Jets WR Jamison Crowder to attend mandatory minicamp next week after skipping OTAs. (Ralph Vacchiano)
- Vacchiano notes that New York has been discussing a pay cut with Crowder.