Here are the most interesting stories Saturday morning in the AFC East:
Buffalo Bills offensive tackle Cordy Glenn will be motivated after falling to the second round.
Morning take: This is good news for Buffalo. Not only did the Bills get solid value, but they get a player with a chip on their shoulder who wants to prove himself. This can only help.
Will Miami Dolphins second-round pick Jonathan Martin eventually replace starting left tackle Jake Long?
Morning take: It's a legitimate question. Long is due for a huge contract extension and you never know if the new coaching staff is in love with someone else's draft pick. If Martin develops fast, it's possible.
Could New England Patriots defensive end/linebacker Jake Bequette be a sleeper pick in the third round?
Morning take: It’s certainly possible. Bequette was productive against very good competition in the SEC. The Patriots need pass-rushers, and Bequette should help in that area.
Did the St. Louis Rams make a mistake by passing on former Georgia Tech receiver Stephen Hill, who fell to the New York Jets?
Morning take: I thought Hill would be off the board early in the second round. But St. Louis drafted Brian Quick of Appalachian State, which helped the Jets. Time will tell if the Rams made a mistake.