- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC East:
Miami Dolphins tailback Reggie Bush wants to play Sunday but will leave it up to the doctors.
Morning take: Bush is fortunate he wasn't seriously injured. He could play this week but probably won't be 100 percent. The Dolphins and Bush need to be careful.
The New York Jets running back Joe McKnight wasn't too pleased about moving to cornerback.
Morning take: McKnight has good athleticism, but cornerback is one of the toughest positions on the field. McKnight thinks it says he's not a good enough running back.
New England Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones is one of the league's impact rookies.
Morning take: Jones is bringing much-needed playmaking to New England’s defense. This looks like a great first-round pick for the Patriots.
Buffalo Bills players are still surprised by punter Brian Moorman's departure.
Morning take: Moorman wasn’t on the street for long. He signed with the Dallas Cowboys. Buffalo must hope this loss of leadership doesn’t hurt the team Sunday against the Patriots.