- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC East:
Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin says tailback Reggie Bush is not in his doghouse.
Morning take: Bush was benched for most of the first half against the Tennessee Titans for an early fumble. Bush made a mistake but has been a great leader in the locker room and a hard worker.
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, who coached Mark Sanchez in college, says the New York Jets put Sanchez in a bad spot with Tim Tebow.
Morning take: As I’ve said many times in the blog, I’m tired of people making excuses for Sanchez. That includes his college coach. This is a no-excuse fourth season for Sanchez and he’s not performing.
Buffalo Bills running back Tashard Choice had some choice words for New England Patriots linebacker Brandon Spikes.
Morning take: Choice didn’t like that Spikes celebrated after knocking Bills running back Fred Jackson out of the game with a concussion. But the two teams don’t play each other until next year anyway.
How much better will Aqib Talib make New England’s secondary?
Morning take: A good cornerback can make plenty of difference. Talib may have to shake the rust early, but he has the talent to make an impact.
Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC East: Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin says tailback Reggie Bush is not in his doghouse.