- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Saturday morning in the AFC East:
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says he still loves playing football at age 34.
Morning take: Brady hasn’t lost the passion and says he appreciates it more now that he’s older. Brady is still elite, but how much longer can his body take the pounding?
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez said he learned a lot this offseason from Chad Pennington.
Morning take: Sanchez said reducing turnovers was a big focus. Sanchez had 26 total in 2011, which makes it hard for the Jets to win.
New Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle is still feeling his players out.
Morning take: I know Coyle from his days with the Cincinnati Bengals, and he is a solid coach. But learning the strengths of all his new players is going to be a big challenge.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick finished organized team activities strong.
Morning take: This is the time for Fitzpatrick to show his improvement. He’s healthy again and must better take care of the football and show his consistency.
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