- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Friday morning in the AFC East:
The Miami Dolphins appear pretty much out of the Peyton Manning sweepstakes.
Morning take: The Dolphins don't really offer Manning much at this point. They traded their best receiver and have a rookie head coach. It time to turn their attention to free-agent quarterback Matt Flynn.
New Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams can't wait to wreak havoc next season.
Morning take: Williams is the biggest free-agent signing in Bills history. Opposing quarterbacks in the AFC East need to beware.
Free-agent safety Reggie Nelson will visit the New York Jets.
Morning take: New York is taking a look at Nelson and fellow safety LaRon Landry. I think Nelson is the better fit, because New York needs help in coverage.
The New England Patriots re-signed starting center Dan Connolly.
Morning take: This is probably the end of the road for veteran Dan Koppen. Connolly filled in well after Koppen was injured last season and earned the job.
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