- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC East:
Buffalo Bills second-round pick Cordy Glenn was named the starting left tackle by coach Chan Gailey.
Morning take: The Bills are really high on Glenn, who has the size to protect quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick's blind side. That's a big responsibility for the rookie.
New England Patriots starting safety Patrick Chung left Monday's preseason game with an injury.
Morning take: This is part of the reason Patriots coach Bill Belichick sat many of his key starters last night. It was New England's third preseason game in a short span -- and the Patriots needed to come out healthy.
The Miami Dolphins' starting nod for quarterback Ryan Tannehill's signifies a youth movement in the NFL.
Morning take: Tannehill will be the fourth quarterback picked in the first round to start this season. The days of waiting a year or two for top picks at quarterback to develop are coming to an end. The pressure to win is too great.
New York Jets right tackle Wayne Hunter is no automatic pick to start in Week 1.
Morning take: If the Jets had a viable replacement, Hunter would be benched by now. But New York doesn’t have many quality options to go to. So the team has to decide what to do next.
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