Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday morning in the AFC East:
The Miami Herald reports Dolphins assistant coach Todd Bowles most likely will not return.
Morning take: Bowles did a good job in Miami, but I understand a new staff wanting to change direction. Bowles represents the old regime and the old way of doing things. This is a new era.
The New York Daily News reports the Jets are interested in another Dolphins coach. New York got permission to interview Dolphins offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo.
Morning take: DeGuglielmo also is expected to exit Miami. But why is New York looking to fix its offense with so many of Miami's former coaches?
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayandadejo tweets that the two best teams -- Baltimore and the San Francisco 49ers -- are sitting at home.
Morning take: This sounds like sour grapes to me. All four teams played a pair of classic conference title games. But you don't get second chances in the playoffs. The Ravens came up just short.
The Buffalo Bills site examines whether they are a passing or running team.
Morning take: This is an interesting question, because the Bills throw the football a lot. But their best talent is at running back with Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller. Balance is needed, even with a spread offense.