Morning take: Mario Williams has No. 94

May, 23, 2012
Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East: Morning take: Williams wanted No. 90, but veteran Chris Kelsay wouldn’t give it up. No. 94 will have to do for Williams in Buffalo.
  • In light of concussions, the father of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said he would be hesitant to let his son play football.
Morning take: Fortunately for Patriots fans, it’s too late. Brady has had an amazing career in New England. We will have more on Brady later today.
Morning take: LaRon Landry, Yeremiah Bell and Eric Smith are not cover safeties. They have other strengths, but opponents will test their pass coverage often.
  • Miami Dolphins rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill says he has to get use to the speed of the game.
Morning take: No shocker there. That is the biggest adjustment from the colleges to the pros. Tannehill will be fine. It will take time to play faster.

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