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.
Jets safety LaRon Landry says he's healthy.
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.