Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East:
ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski says NFL teams are "scared" of the Buffalo Bills.
Morning take: "Scared" is a pretty strong word. I don't know about that. But rest assured teams have taken notice of the Bills' offseason moves. Buffalo must now earn their respect on the field.
New England Patriots receiver Donte Stallworth is adjusting to the team's offense.
Morning take: Stallworth last played for New England in 2007. But he's been in various systems since then and has to re-learn some things. Stallworth is one of several receivers who has to earn a roster spot.
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross promises improvements to Sun Life Stadium.
Morning take: The stadium could definitely use improvements. But it's the atmosphere that needs an upgrade the most. The only way to fix that is by winning consistently.
New York Jets backup receiver Chaz Schilens was one of the stars during their first day of minicamp.
Morning take: Schilens made some nice plays, including a touchdown catch over Pro Bowl cornerback Darrelle Revis that you rarely see. Injuries have been Schilens' biggest issue in the past. So he must stay healthy.