- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Saturday morning in the AFC East:
New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow says he's not worried about prior comments made by new teammate and cornerback Antonio Cromartie.
Morning take: Cromartie said the Jets don’t need Tebow. It will be Tebow’s job to win the team over with his play on the field.
The Miami Dolphins and general manager Jeff Ireland didn't feel Matt Flynn was a franchise quarterback.
Morning take: That’s fine if they are right. But if Flynn goes on to have a great career and Miami is stuck with David Garrard and Matt Moore next season, that’s on the Dolphins, who could have had Flynn.
The Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles are showing interest in former Buffalo Bills offensive tackle Demetrius Bell.
Morning take: Bell still hasn't re-signed with Buffalo and now is starting to examine his options. Chances are looking slimmer for a return to the Bills.
Which new Patriots are going to make an impact?
Morning take: I like the Brandon Lloyd signing most. I think he will be a quiet but effective signing. Jonathan Fanene also is a sleeper.