Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday morning in the AFC East:
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said rookie first-round pick Dont’a Hightower will have many different roles.
Morning take: The Patriots love versatility and Hightower can play inside or outside. The Patriots will switch between a 3-4 and a 4-3 defense, where Hightower can be moved around.
Will rookie defensive end Quinton Coples and receiver Stephen Hill start for the New York Jets?
Morning take: That's the expectation. New York needed a boost at both positions and hope it got it with Coples and Hill. Both have to learn on the fly.
The Miami Dolphins will give rookie free-agent quarterback Jacory Harris a shot at rookie mini-camp.
Morning take: The former University of Miami player is a long shot. Miami has veterans David Garrard and Matt Moore and just drafted first-round pick Ryan Tannehill. There's no room for a quarterback on the roster.
The Buffalo Bills signed rookie free-agent quarterback Aaron Corp of USC.
Morning take: There is a spot open as Buffalo's No. 3 quarterback. So Corp will get a chance. I'm surprised Buffalo didn't draft someone to groom for the future.