Here are the most interesting stories Thursday morning in the AFC East:
The Buffalo Bills new-look 4-3 defense will be on the attack.
Morning take: The key to a successful 4-3 is the defensive line, and that's the strength of the Bills. Mario Williams, Mark Anderson, Kyle Williams and Marcell Dareus are as formidable a group as you will find.
A closer look at Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake's contract shows it's really a two-year extension that will pay $17 million.
Morning take: Wake is a good player, but this is more in line with Wake's true value. Many Dolphins fans were upset when I said the original report of four years at $49 million was too much. The Dolphins would agree.
New England Patriots Pro Bowl tight end Rob Gronkowski will be on a reality television dating show this offseason.
Morning take: I don't think anyone is surprised. It's another example of "Gronk being Gronk."
New York Jets defensive end Mike Devito says he was fine with a pay cut this season.
Morning take: Devito was hurt last season and the team drafted Quinton Coples in the first round as his replacement. Devito will be the first defensive end off the bench.