Morning take: 'Gronk' talks dancing incident

February, 25, 2012
Here are the most interesting stories Saturday morning in the AFC East:
  • New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski made his first comments about his controversial, post-Super Bowl dancing after losing to the New York Giants.
Morning take: As I said a few weeks ago, this is "Gronk being Gronk." You have to take the loose personality with the immense talent. But Gronkowski made a point that you can't question his work ethic on the field. He's proved it the past two years.
  • The Buffalo Bills reportedly made progress at the NFL combine this week with pending free-agent receiver Steve Johnson.
Morning take: The back-and-forth story of Johnson and Buffalo continues. This is a big weekend for both sides to get closer to a contract. Time is running short.
  • Is Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill the best option for the Miami Dolphins?
Morning take: The Dolphins aren't getting Andrew Luck and chances are slim for Robert Griffin III. So Tannehill makes sense if Miami drafts a rookie quarterback. I’m just not convinced Tannehill is a good pick at No. 8. There are more than seven better players in this draft.
Morning take: Maybin has come a long way to being a valued member of the Jets. He went from a draft bust in Buffalo to arguably the Jets’ best pass-rusher last season.

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ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter



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