- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East:
After an extended wait, Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams chose No. 94 with his new team.
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.
The New York Jets' three safeties have a history of struggles against the pass.
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.