Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday morning in the AFC East:
Michael Lombardi of the NFL Network wonders if HBO's "Hard Knocks" is a bad thing for the Miami Dolphins.
Morning take: Some players seem to be against it. But for the big picture it’s better for the Dolphins. They can use the national exposure to try to win over some fans.
Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com reports the New England Patriots have released tight end Bo Scaife.
Morning take: Scaife was brought in to see if he could add depth, but the Patriots don’t really need him. Tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Daniel Fells are both making progress from injuries and could be ready for reps in training camp.
According to Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com, Hall of Famer Joe DeLamielleure is excited about the return of Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams.
Morning take: Williams’ recovery from a foot injury is one of the biggest keys to Buffalo improving on defense. But Williams has a lot of help with him this time, which is different from previous years.
Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com takes a look at trouble spots for the New York Jets.
Morning take: Cimini has an interesting thought on the team's top trouble spot: blocking tight end. The Jets will run the ball a lot next season, and the departed Matthew Mulligan was a solid blocker.