- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC East:
The Miami Dolphins released their second depth chart in preparation for Friday's game against the Carolina Panthers.
Morning take: There are not many changes, with the exception of quarterback David Garrard being injured and receiver Chad Johnson being released. Otherwise, you shouldn't take Miami's depth chart too seriously at this stage of training camp.
New England Patriots tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez did not practice Monday.
Morning take: Both are important players, so that's always alarming. But it doesn't appear to be anything serious. Gronkowski and Hernandez are expected to play this weekend.
Buffalo Bills cornerback Terrence McGee continues to slowly work his way back from knee surgery.
Morning take: Buffalo has gone through a youth movement at corner, and I’m not sure McGee makes the team. He’s a solid leader and player, when healthy. But I’m not sure McGee will be healthy enough to show the coaches what he can do before roster cuts.
The New York Jets have been very secretive about how they will run the Wildcat.
Morning take: It's no secret Tim Tebow will be spearheading the formation, but the Jets don't want anyone to know how they will use it. New York feels it will be a big success against Buffalo on Sept. 9.
Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC East: The Miami Dolphins released their second depth chart in preparation for Friday's game against the Carolina Panthers.