Morning take: Jennings risky for Dolphins?

February, 13, 2013
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East: Morning take: Jennings is 29 and was injured most of last season. But every free agent has some risk. Jennings knows Miami's offense well and can be the true No. 1 receiver the Dolphins are looking for when healthy.
Morning take: I think New York should at least kick Bradshaw's tires. But I guess the Jets think they have enough offensive playmakers on the roster already.
Morning take: This is good news for quarterback-needy teams like the Buffalo Bills. They won't have to wait until pro days to see the top rookies throw, which makes evaluations easier.
  • What will the New England Patriots do with free-agent right tackle Sebastian Vollmer?
Morning take: Vollmer is one of the more interesting free agents in the AFC East. He's one of the top right tackles in the league but has a history of injuries. Should the Patriots pay top dollar to keep him?

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