Morning take: Bills host DE Mark Anderson

March, 21, 2012
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East:
  • The Buffalo Bills' website reports they will host New England Patriots defensive end Mark Anderson for a visit.
Morning take: Anderson recorded 10 sacks for the Patriots last season and could fit opposite Mario Williams. Buffalo is wisely working hard to improve its pass rush.
Morning take: Lloyd knows offensive coordinator Josh McDaniel's system and adds a deep threat to New England. It should be a good fit with the Patriots' other offensive stars.
  • The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are not interested in Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow.
Morning take: There are conflicting reports on Tebow, but it's early. This will sort itself out in time. I think chasing Tebow would be an awful idea, but I won't put anything past the Dolphins at this point.
Morning take: Tebow would be an interesting fit in New York. Unlike Miami, I think it makes some sense from an Xs and Os perspective. We will have more on this today.

James Walker | email

ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter

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