- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Sunday morning in the AFC East:
Buffalo Bills general manager Buddy Nix likes what backup quarterback Vince Young brings to the team.
Morning take: Expect Young to have a package in the offense, which could present another thing for opponents to prepare for. He still has the athleticism to pose a threat.
Josh McDaniels is happy to return as the New England Patriots offensive coordinator .
Morning take: McDaniels' stint as a head coach fizzled out, but he was great as an offensive coordinator. Look for New England's offense to continue to thrive under McDaniels and quarterback Tom Brady.
Former New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson says he's pretty much done with football.
Morning take: Tomlinson is putting his Hall of Fame career to the side. But the right opportunity with a title contender could yet make him change his mind.
Here are 10 lingering questions on the Miami Dolphins.
Morning take: I want to know which quarterback is the best fit for head coach Joe Philbin's West Coast offense. Matt Moore played well last season, but David Garrard is better versed in the system. They will battle it out in training camp.
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