Here are the most interesting stories Thursday morning in the AFC East:
Who will lead the New England Patriots' rushing attack?
Morning take: Stevan Ridley and Shane Vereen will both get a shot to produce. New England will pass so often anyway that this young pair, along with Danny Woodhead and Joseph Addai, just have to take care of the football.
Santonio Holmes, the New York Jets' No. 1 receiver, plans to attend the "Jets West" camp.
Morning take: Everything has been going well so far for the Jets this offseason. Holmes and quarterback Mark Sanchez appear to be on the same page again, and this duo will be key to the offense.
Miami Dolphins left tackle Jake Long wants to rebound from a tough 2011.
Morning take: Long wasn’t himself all year due to various injuries. He deserves credit for playing through pain, but his performance also suffered on the field, which probably left a bad taste.
Buffalo Bills rookie offensive tackle Cordy Glenn is showing steady development.
Morning take: This is good news for the second-round pick. The Bills are high on Glenn and expect him to step in and start right away. Glenn has the size and ability but must learn the NFL game.