- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Saturday morning in the AFC East:
Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis says he wants to retire a New York Jet.
Morning take: The Jets feel the same way. However, the sides are at odds on whether a new contract should be worked out this year. If they can get past this, things would be looking up.
Here are the particulars of Rob Gronkowski’s six-year, $54 million contract with the New England Patriots
Morning take: The bonuses are key, and Gronk will get $8 million up front this year for signing the contract. A $10 million option bonus also is coming in 2015 when Gronkowski, now 23, is entering his prime.
What is the ceiling for Miami Dolphins backup receiver Clyde Gates?
Morning take: Gates has the speed to be a deep threat for Miami. With a huge need at the position, Gates will get plenty of reps to show what he can do.
The Buffalo Bills' secondary welcomes what should be an improved pass rush next season.
Morning take: The additions of defensive ends Mario Williams and Mark Anderson should instantly help the secondary. The Bills should be able to play more man defenses and be aggressive.