- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC East:
Will Matt Moore of the Miami Dolphins be released if he doesn't win the starting job?
Morning take: Reports surfaced last week that this was possible, but quarterbacks are hard to find in the NFL. The Dolphins would be better off keeping depth at the position, or at the very least trading the Moore-David Garrard loser and gaining a draft pick. Cutting a decent quarterback isn't the answer.
New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow is looking to target the long ball in training camp.
Morning take: Tebow isn't accurate on most throws. But he does have a solid deep ball when given the time. Tebow's arm strength isn't a question. It's his long release and accuracy that need work.
Covering the slot might be a good fit for former first-round cornerback Leodis McKelvin.
Morning take: McKelvin has underperformed so far in Buffalo. The Bills are trying to find a role for him, and nickel corner and punt returner may be the right fits this season.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is frustrated with the team's two-minute offense.
Morning take: Brady is a perfectionist and wants to have everything right -- even in August. New England’s offense will be fine in the two-minute drill when the regular season starts.
The AFC East blog is live in Foxborough, Mass. with the Patriots this week. Be sure to check back for all the latest news Monday from Gillette Stadium and around the division.