Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC East:
A huge scuffle happened at New England Patriots' camp, led by left tackle Nate Solder against linebacker Brandon Spikes.
Morning take: Next week's scrimmage against the New Orleans Saints cannot come soon enough. These are the dog days of camp when guys get antsy hitting the same people everyday.
The Buffalo Bills' secondary got four interceptions in Wednesday night’s practice.
Morning take: Buffalo has young players in the secondary, but they are competitive. This is also a sign that the quarterbacks need to be more careful with the football.
Miami Dolphins safety Chris Clemons gets back to work with the first team.
Morning take: Clemons has the inside track against Jimmy Wilson, but Wilson made up ground after Clemons was hurt. That probably sped up Clemons’ recovery a bit.
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan is clear that he has the pulse of this team.
Morning take: Last year Ryan lost the pulse. So it's important that he gets it back. The Antonio Cromartie controversy is the first issue that needs to be taken care of.