Morning take: Teams scared of the Bills?

June, 13, 2012
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday morning in the AFC East: 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.
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.
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.

James Walker | email

ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter

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