Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
The Buffalo Bills are beginning extensive work on their Wildcat package.
Morning take: The New York Jets aren’t the only AFC East team with a Wildcat. The Bills weren’t great at it last year with Brad Smith. But a little improvement could make a difference.
Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie caught a touchdown in practice.
Morning take: Cromartie is one of the team's best athletes and the Jets need receivers. Maybe "Cro" can be of assistance on offense this season.
New England Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes is back on the practice field this week.
Morning take: Spikes can be an important part of the defense if he stays healthy. But staying on the field is most important.
It appears quarterback Matt Moore doesn't have a future with the Dolphins.
Morning take: Moore has just one year left on his contract and the team just drafted Ryan Tannehill in the first round. Moore is on borrowed time in Miami. That's why Tannehill is the long-term solution and should play right away.