Here are the most interesting stories Friday morning in the AFC East:
New England Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien will be Penn State's next head coach, ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports.
Morning take: I smell a Josh McDaniels reunion in New England. He most likely would come back to the Patriots after a poor year in St. Louis.
Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin reportedly is next in line to interview with the Miami Dolphins.
Morning take: If Miami can't get Jeff Fisher, the team will have to start looking at assistants. Philbin has done a great job with Green Bay's offense and may be able to lure pending free-agent quarterback Matt Flynn.
Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey says the team needs to learn how to finish.
Morning take: Buffalo is still a young team learning how to win. I think talent and adding impact players are bigger issues.
Former New York Jets teammate Kris Jenkins criticized quarterback Mark Sanchez's photo shoot in GQ magazine and not saying what backup Greg McElroy said about the team.
Morning take: Sanchez is being criticized for a lot of things. But I’m not sure the photo shoot has much to do with anything. But I agree Sanchez could have been more vocal internally to get things under control, at least on offense.