Morning take: Dolphins say no to Tebow

May, 3, 2013
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Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC East:
  • The Miami Dolphins reportedly have no interest in acquiring popular free-agent quarterback Tim Tebow.
Morning take: I'm not sure where this rumor started, but it didn't make much sense. Miami has plenty of depth at quarterback with Ryan Tannehill, Matt Moore and Pat Devlin. There's no reason to bring in Tebow to disrupt things.
Morning take: Hill had a rough rookie season with injuries and inconsistency. New York does not have much offensive firepower and needs Hill to step up.
  • Here is a look back at former New England Patriots and San Diego Chargers linebacker Junior Seau's career through the years.
Morning take: Seau's passing is a sad tale of struggles after football. He only spent four seasons with New England but made a big impact with the Patriots in his short time.
  • Buffalo Bills rookie wide receivers Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin bring more than speed to the table.
Morning take: Both have a chance to make an impact in Buffalo. Steve Johnson needs a reliable receiver to take the pressure off him in the passing game.

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