Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC East:
New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow's brother apologized for gloating about the Denver Broncos’ loss.
Morning take: Peter Tebow saw the stir that is caused and decided to apologize. But we already know how he really feels.
The Miami Dolphins plan to add $400 million in stadium renovations that owner Stephen Ross and investors will cover.
Morning take: Miami-Dade County taxpayers don’t have much left to give after helping fund the Miami Marlins new stadium. Ross deserves a lot of credit for footing much of the bill.
The Buffalo Bills hired Danny Crossman as their special teams coach.
Morning take: The Bills and Jets are interestingly taking two methods to the offseason. Buffalo is moving on fast, while New York is taking its time.
The New England Patriots' defense has improved since their previous meeting against the Baltimore Ravens.
Morning take: Young players like Chandler Jones, Alfonzo Dennard and Dont’a Hightower have improved and lifted the level of the defense with them. New England’s defense needs to step up big in the playoffs and keep the Ravens from making big plays.