- James Walker, ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter
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Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC East:
President Barack Obama tells WBNS in Columbus, Ohio, that New York Jets fans should be nervous about Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez at quarterback.
Morning take: The President smells a quarterback controversy potentially tearing the Jets apart. Most seem to be in agreement, except the Jets, who feel everything with Tebow and Sanchez will go smoothly this year.
Free-agent safety Jim Leonhard visited with the Buffalo Bills on Thursday.
Morning take: The Bills could use depth at safety. Leonhard is a smart player who is familiar with the division. He could help Buffalo off the bench if his knee is healthy.
Miami Dolphins rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill wants to be "the guy."
Morning take: That's not going to happen right away. Miami will go with a veteran to see if it can win with experience at the position first. Then, the rookie will get his chance.
New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is getting carries at running back.
Morning take: The Patriots added this wrinkle in the playoffs last season and it worked. Hernandez is a good athlete who is dangerous with the football.
The AFC East blog will be live with the Jets Friday and Saturday. Be sure to check our Twitter account for live updates from Jets practice. We also will have more in the blog this afternoon.
Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC East: President Barack Obama tells WBNS in Columbus, Ohio, that New York Jets fans should be nervous about Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez at quarterback.