Morning take: Tom Brady's re-injury

February, 15, 2012
2/15/12
8:31
AM ET
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.
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.
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.
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.

James Walker | email

ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter

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