Here are the most interesting stories Friday morning in the AFC East:
Have the Buffalo Bills shifted the division landscape?
Morning take: I'm not ready to go that far, but the Bills have done a good job this offseason. They signed some good players (Mario Williams, Mark Anderson) and also get good players back from injury (Fred Jackson, Kyle Williams). But let's see what other additions Buffalo makes in the draft and free agency.
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan is already getting a taste of Tim Tebow-mania.
Morning take: I don't think Ryan will have a problem handling the immense hype that comes with Tebow. It's more of an issue with the Jets' locker room, which couldn't stay together last year.
What is up with Miami Dolphins left tackle Jake Long's contract extension?
Morning take: You can't re-sign Long coming off a season-ending biceps injury. The Dolphins are doing the right thing by letting the year play out to make sure he's healthy and productive.
The New England Patriots add fullback Spencer Larsen.
Morning take: Larsen adds versatility to the backfield, which is needed. The Patriots rarely use a fullback, but Larsen can fill that need and run the football a little.