- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday morning in the AFC East:
Will the Miami Dolphins chase after the top head coaches?
Morning take: Miami should certainly start at the top. But if we’re talking Bill Cowher and Jon Gruden, I don’t think it will work. Miami is unwilling to give up complete control and that’s what it will take to land the very best.
Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey says he has no questions about quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Morning take: Fitzpatrick is streaky and hasn’t been at his best in the second half of the season. Fitzpatrick still has a lot to prove that he will not be the next Kevin Kolb.
The spotlight is now on New York Jets starting safety Brodney Pool.
Morning take: Losing Jim Leonhard for the season is big for New York, but Pool can help soften the blow. Pool is the team’s most athletic safety.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says the team needs more fire.
Morning take: New England has been playing down to its competition lately. Whether it’s not finishing or keeping games too close, the Patriots have a few more weeks to work through it before the playoffs.