- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Monday morning in the AFC East:
In a surprise move, the Buffalo Bills interviewed Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III at the NFL combine.
Morning take: I wouldn’t make too much of this if you’re a Bills fans. Buffalo has the No. 10 pick and just paid starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick $59 million. The interview was more for due diligence.
Here is good news for the Miami Dolphins: The Green Bay Packers are not expected to use the franchise tag on quarterback Matt Flynn.
Morning take: This means Miami’s No. 2 target will certainly hit the open market. The Dolphins will explore Peyton Manning over the next few weeks. If that’s not an option, Flynn is next.
Will New England Patriots left tackle Matt Light retire this offseason?
Morning take: Light is under contract for one more year and is considering it. But even if Light walked away, New England is well-stocked at offensive tackle with Sebastian Vollmer and Nate Solder.
Is Notre Dame receiver Michael Floyd a possibility for the New York Jets?
Morning take: Floyd was one of the stars at the combine, and he could be available to New York with the No. 16 pick. The Jets can go in a lot of different ways, but I think safety and right tackle are bigger needs.
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