Here are the most interesting stories Thursday morning in the AFC East:
Miami Dolphins rookie head coach Joe Philbin will get his first look at the team next week.
Morning take: Miami has the most work to do in the AFC East this offseason. The Dolphins are rebuilding, while trying to install a new West Coast offense and 4-3 defense.
The Tim Tebow era in New York will start with a preseason game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Morning take: Tebow and the Wildcat offense will get a lot of work this preseason. The Jets have to balance not showing too much, while still getting the formation sharp for the regular season.
Could former University of Alabama safety Mark Barron fall to the New England Patriots at No. 31?
Morning take: The Patriots would be jumping for joy if they got the best safety in the draft late in the first round. Barron would be a great fit and value for New England, but I don't see this one happening.
Barron's former teammate, running back Trent Richardson of Alabama, is visiting the Buffalo Bills.
Morning take: Don't get nervous, Bills fans. Buffalo is just doing its due diligence. The Bills will not do a C.J. Spiller 2.0 this year by drafting Richardson No. 10 overall.