Morning take: Rex Ryan's long-term outlook

May, 4, 2013
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Here are the most interesting stories Saturday in the AFC East:
  • Despite being on the hot seat, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan says he wants to stay for the next 20 years.
Morning take: Ryan needs to take it one year at a time. The Jets have a first-year general manager in John Idzik, who won't be afraid to hire his own guy in 2014 if Ryan has his third consecutive non-winning season.
  • The Florida legislature opted not to help the Miami Dolphins in their bid for a stadium renovation.
Morning take: This means the Dolphins will not get updates to Sun Life Stadium, which probably won't get to host an upcoming Super Bowl as a result. The awful Miami Marlins stadium agreement made things tough for the Dolphins to begin with.
Morning take: Talent isn't a question for Manuel. It's more about being coached up and putting it all together at the next level.
  • The New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers could hold joint practices for the second consecutive year.
Morning take: This is something Bill Belichick likes to do to keep training camp fresh. Teammates get tired of hitting one another over and over, so a change of pace is needed.

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