Morning take: Brady's fifth Super Bowl

January, 23, 2012
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Here are the most interesting stories Monday morning in the AFC East: Morning take: Brady will try to improve to 4-1. He didn't play his best game against the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship game. But the chances are slim he will have two straight duds in the postseason.
  • Could the Miami Dolphins be interested in Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning?
Morning take: Manning would be an interesting option for Miami. His health is unknown, but he would be an upgrade over Dolphins starter Matt Moore.
Morning take: Buffalo can go in several ways with the No. 10 pick. Click on the link and explore all the possibilities.
Morning take: Ryan vows to clean up the locker room, which is better than promising the organization and Jets fans a Super Bowl. Ryan’s boastful ways are fine as long as the team is winning. But losing will put a bigger target on him.

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ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter

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