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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
Here are the full details of quarterback Ryan Tannehill's contract with the Miami Dolphins.
Morning take: The contract contains offset language in the fourth year, which is what Miami held firm for. But most of Tannehill’s salary is put into roster bonuses that could be better for the player to get the money upfront.
New England Patriots left tackle Nate Solder and rookie defensive end Chandler Jones are having good battles in training camp.
Morning take: Both are young players and former first-round picks who are expected to produce early. Solder and Jones will only make each other better.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick says his new fundamentals are becoming second nature.
Morning take: Fitzpatrick is trying to reduce his turnovers by improving his fundamentals. Fitzpatrick led the NFL in interceptions last year. If he cuts that in half the Bills definitely will win more games.
Will New York Jets running back Shonn Greene have a monster year?
Morning take: I do not see Greene leading the NFL in rushing. But another 1,000-yard season would suffice. Greene certainly will get plenty of opportunities.
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