Morning take: Braylon Edwards, Dolphins?

July, 30, 2012
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Here are the most interesting stories Monday morning in the AFC East:
  • Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin says the team recently worked out former New York Jets and Cleveland Browns receiver Braylon Edwards.
Morning take: The Dolphins continue to prove they are not satisfied with their receivers. Miami signed 34-year-old Chad Ochocinco recently and now have worked out Edwards. This should be a sign that Miami's receivers need to step it up.
Morning take: Landry never had corrective Achilles surgery. That kept him out until this point. But it looks like Landry will be ready when it matters in September.
  • Buffalo Bills receiver David Nelson will miss four or five days of training camp with a strained leg tendon.
Morning take: This is good news for Nelson, who received the first injury scare of Bills camp. Nelson should be back before the first preseason game.
  • New England Patriots rookie linebacker Dont'a Hightower continues to impress.
Morning take: Hightower brings much-needed toughness to New England's defense. The Patriots will have to find a way to put Hightower on the field with the way he's developing.

James Walker | email

ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter

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