- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
The Buffalo Bills' brass visit Arizona to interview former Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt and defensive coordinator Ray Horton.
Morning take: Both are strong candidates for the Bills’ job. Buffalo is moving fast with names like Whisenhunt, Horton and possibly Lovie Smith.
Fixing the secondary is a top offseason priority for the Miami Dolphins.
Morning take: Two starters -- cornerback Sean Smith and safety Chris Clemons -- are free agents. Miami needs to add depth and talent in the secondary without overpaying for players.
Which opponent should the New England Patriots want to face in the divisional round?
Morning take: No playoff opponent is easy. The Patriots could face the Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts or Baltimore Ravens. All three are tough matchups.
Here are four issues facing the 2013 New York Jets.
Morning take: New York has more issues than that. But the Jets can start by hiring a new general manager and fixing the quarterback situation. Both are tall tasks.
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