- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday morning in the AFC East:
What is the ceiling this year for Buffalo Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick?
Morning take: Fitzpatrick, when he's hot, can string together fantastic games. Buffalo needs to see more of "Fitz-magic" in 2012 and not the injured, turnover-prone quarterback we saw in the second half of last season.
New York Jets receiver Santonio Holmes says it's important that starting quarterback Mark Sanchez stays in rhythm.
Morning take: Holmes isn't optimistic about a two-quarterback system of Sanchez and Tim Tebow. But the Jets think both can work, and that's what matters most.
The New England Patriots came in at No. 6 on Forbes' list of most valuable sports franchises.
Morning take: Winning matters, and the Patriots do a lot of it. You wonder how much value coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady have added to this organization in the past dozen years.
Former Miami Dolphins receiver Chris Chambers is considering a return to the NFL.
Morning take: Chambers has been out of football for two years due to injuries, which is a long time in the NFL. At 33, it may be too late for a return.
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