- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East:
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady re-injured his left shoulder in Super Bowl XLVI.
Morning take: Brady, 34, is starting to pile up nagging injuries at this stage of his career. He will be fine after the offseason, but the wear and tear is getting more apparent.
New York Jets nose tackle and pending free agent Sione Pouha is high on their priority list.
Morning take: Pouha is a solid player and important in New York's 3-4 defense. If the Jets want to keep Pouha, some cuts have to be made. New York lacks cap room.
Is the sky the limit for the 2012 Buffalo Bills?
Morning take: Buffalo has some young talent and need to keep it together and stay healthy. The AFC East is shaping up to be a more competitive division next season.
Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Paul Soliai is not likely to return.
Morning take: This was expected. Miami had more than a year to work out a long-term contract with Soliai and couldn't do it. The Dolphins won't franchise him two years in a row.