Here are the most interesting stories Sunday morning in the AFC East:
The Buffalo News reports former Bills head coach Greg Williams had a "pay for performance" system for big hits in Buffalo, as well.
Morning take: Williams' awful three-year tenure (17-31) in Buffalo just got worse. It's been almost a decade since Williams last coached in Buffalo, so don't expect any stiff penalties. But the league may look into Williams' time with the Bills.
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan said in a statement that he never condoned the pay-for-performance system.
Morning take: Ryan felt the need to clear the air, because Williams coach under Ryan's father, Buddy. Williams is considered part of the Ryan coaching tree.
The Boston Globe takes a look at free-agent possibilities for the New England Patriots.
Morning take: I'm curious of what the Patriots will do defensively in free agency. They have so many needs at all three levels. What will New England go after first?
The South-Florida Sun Sentinel says time is running out on nose tackle Paul Soliai.
Morning take: The tag is not coming, so expect Soliai to become an unrestricted free agent. He will get his money somewhere, but most likely it won't be in Miami.