- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Sunday morning in the AFC East:
Should the Buffalo Bills get an "A" for their 2012 NFL draft?
Morning take: I like Buffalo's draft. The picks were solid, not sexy, and matched need in most cases. I'm not a fan of grading drafts right after it happens. So I'm not providing a letter.
Former University of Miami tailback Lamarr Miller is happy to stay home with the Dolphins.
Morning take: Miller was a solid value pick for the Dolphins. But can he find playing time behind Reggie Bush and Daniel Thomas? That will be Dolphins coach Joe Philbin's job to get Miller touches next season. Perhaps it will come on special teams.
The NFL Network released the start of its top 100 players. New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow came in at No. 95.
Morning take: This is a list voted on by players, so it carries weight. Tebow earned respect last year by winning games and getting the Denver Broncos to the divisional round of the playoffs.
Is New England Patriots cornerback Alfonzo Dennard a value pick in the sixth round?
Morning take: It appears that way. But Dennard needs to stay out of trouble and concentrate on football. New England could be just the right culture for him, where it's all football all the time.