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Morning take: Dolphins, Dumervil interest?

3/22/2013

Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC East:

Morning take: The Dolphins are looking at several veteran defensive ends to improve their pass rush. Miami still has money to spend but wants to see who is most affordable.

  • New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow had a public appearance in Texas but didn't want to speak to reporters.

Morning take: Tebow's future with the Jets is up in the air, so he doesn't have many answers. However, the media would like to know his perspective on the offseason.

  • The New England Patriots' secondary will be a lot tougher with new safety Adrian Wilson.

Morning take: What Wilson lacks in coverage he makes up for in toughness and big-play ability. Wilson is solid at forcing turnovers and should add an extra element of aggressiveness to New England's defense.

Morning take: Buffalo barely started, with linebacker Manny Lawson its only signing so far. The Bills were big spenders last offseason and can't go that route every year.