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Antonio Brown will be in the AFC East, but with the New England Patriots. Brown, released earlier Saturday by the Oakland Raiders, has agreed to a one-year deal worth up to $15 million with a $9 million signing bonus, according to multiple reports. The contract includes $10 million in guaranteed money. Brown cannot play in Week 1, meaning he will miss an opportunity …

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Vic Carucci After all of their offseason additions mainly aimed at propping up the offense, it’s hard to see the Buffalo Bills being as poor on that side of the ball as they were last season. Even with all the uncertainty caused by injury, the offensive line should easily show significant improvement. The same goes for the revamped receiving corps, especially with the add…

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This is the first of a three-part series reviewing what the rest of the AFC East did during the offseason. The New England Patriots are once again defending Super Bowl champions. And they remain the cream of the AFC East, if not the conference. Tom Brady, who turns 42 in August, and Bill Belichick are pushing for their 11th consecutive division title and seventh S…

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This is the second of a three-part series reviewing what the rest of the AFC East did during the offseason. The Miami Dolphins flirted with joining several other teams, including two in their division, in the franchise-quarterback gold rush of 2018. Instead, they're putting their faith in Ryan Tannehill's recovery from a knee injury that sidelined him all last season…

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Bills rookie cornerback Tre’Davious White says teams in the AFC East better watch out now that the Bills have broken the playoff drought. “(Breaking the drought) was the biggest accomplishment we made,” White told the NFL Network on Saturday night. “It was a big deal for our team and a big stepping stone for us going forward, trying to build and setting that standard wi…

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By Tara Sullivan, Boston Globe Staff ORCHARD PARK – The stretch began with a field goal before halftime, extended through a touchdown drive to open the third quarter, and barreled roughshod across a defensive sequence that left the Bills clinging to the last shred of hope they could somehow keep hanging with the division bullies from New England. There they were, buried…

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Here's a look at stories from around the league on Tuesday, Sept. 5. 1. Hurricane Irma could affect Dolphins-Bucs game NFL officials are monitoring the tropical storm’s path in the southeast Atlantic and making contingency plans to move Sunday’s season opener between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium to another day or location. The A…