Here are the most interesting stories Thursday morning in the AFC East:
Will the Buffalo Bills find a difference-maker with the No. 10 overall pick?
Morning take: That is the hope. But a difference-maker is easier to find at a skill position like wide receiver or linebacker. The Bills could use help at those positions.
New England Patriots left tackle Matt Light has made a decision on his future but doesn't want to make it public.
Morning take: If Light was coming back, there would be no reason to be secretive about it. It appears Light is most likely ready to hang it up.
Could former North Carolina defensive end Quinton Coples fall to the New York Jets?
Morning take: Probably not at No. 16. The Jets drafted a defensive end in the first round last year and probably would address another position.
Here is a simulated seven-round draft for the Miami Dolphins.
Morning take: As usual, Tannehill is at the top of Miami's board. I am not sure Miami needs to draft a player in the first round who will hold a clipboard, but the team does need hope for the future.