- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Saturday in the AFC East:
The Miami Dolphins still have four quarterbacks after their final roster cuts.
Morning take: Trade winds apparently are blowing again in Miami. The most likely candidate is veteran Matt Moore, who played well last season, but doesn't look good in the Dolphins' new West Coast offense.
Speaking of numbers, the New England Patriots have just four wide receivers.
Morning take: After all the free agent additions, New England stuck with just four receivers. The Patriots made some surprising cuts, including Deion Branch and Jabar Gaffney. Expect the team to add another receiver soon.
The Buffalo Bills kept veteran cornerback Terrence McGee.
Morning take: This was a tough call for Buffalo. McGee is a veteran leader, but is having trouble recovering from knee surgery. Still, the Bills kept him on the 53-man roster.
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan says this might be his best team in four years.
Morning take: Unless Ryan knows something about the offense that the rest of us cannot see, I'm not sure this team accomplishes more than the back-to-back AFC title teams of 2009 and 2010. Time will tell.