- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Thursday morning in the AFC East:
New England Patriots defensive end Andre Carter is excited to play his former team: the Washington Redskins.
Morning take: Carter gets a return trip to Washington and will be excited for this game. He’s quietly been one of the best free-agent additions for New England in a class that included flops Albert Haynesworth and Chad Ochocinco.
Why were the Buffalo Bills reportedly interested in Green Bay Packers backup Graham Harrell?
Morning take: I'm not sure about this one. Buffalo probably was just looking for depth behind Ryan Fitzpatrick and took a look at Green Bay's practice squad. But it's interesting nonetheless.
The New York Jets will keep offensive consultant Tom Moore on full-time.
Morning take: This is not a good sign for offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer. The Jets have not performed well offensively and wants to have another experienced voice involved.
With Matt Moore, the Miami Dolphins came out on top with their quarterback search this season.
Morning take: With names like Kyle Orton, David Garrard and Carson Palmer being mentioned, who would have thought the best quarterback for the Dolphins this year was the No. 2 guy already on the roster? It's a great story, but will it continue in Miami beyond this season?