- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Sunday in the AFC East:
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan says he is disappointed in the progress of second-year receiver Jeremy Kerley.
Morning take: Is a sophomore slump looming? Kerley has to pick up his second offensive system in two years. The Jets need all their receivers to play well.
New England Patriots receiver Brandon Lloyd says he is a work in progress with quarterback Tom Brady.
Morning take: This should be a good combo. But it’s always tough the first year working together. Lloyd brings much-needed deep speed to New England's offense -- so I'm sure they will be fine.
Buffalo Bills receiver David Nelson hurt his knee in practice Saturday.
Morning take: Nelson received a scare, but it’s only being called a bruise. Nelson is Buffalo's best option in the slot. The Bills need all their receivers to stay healthy and support top threat Steve Johnson.
Miami Dolphins defensive leaders Karlos Dansby and Cameron Wake are adjusting to new roles.
Morning take: These are the top players on Miami’s defense, and both will have a lot of responsibility in Miami’s 4-3 scheme. But I don’t have many concerns about Miami’s front seven. I’m more concerned about the secondary.
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