- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC East:
Bill Parcells says he is not interested in returning to fix the New York Jets.
Morning take: The "Tuna" fixed the Jets once. But it won't happen a second time. The Jets have to find their own guy to remake an old and overpaid roster.
University of Oregon head coach Chip Kelly is a hot commodity for several NFL teams, including the Buffalo Bills.
Morning take: The Bills might have to pay top dollar and outbid the Cleveland Browns and Philadelphia Eagles for Kelly’s services. Kelly may be the hottest name on the coaching circuit.
The New England Patriots are focused on getting first downs.
Morning take: Moving the chains will be key in the playoffs, no matter the opponent. Not only does it lead to points, it keeps the Patriots' defense off the field.
Who was the Miami Dolphins' MVP in 2012?
Morning take: You have to go with defensive end Cameron Wake, who is Miami's only Pro Bowler. Wake registered 15 sacks, which is a career best. The Dolphins could use another pass-rusher on the opposite side.