- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
The Buffalo Bills have announced the hires of 10 assistant coaches, including four from Syracuse University.
Morning take: The Bills' staff will have a Syracuse and New York Jets feel to it. Those are the two places where new Bills head coach Doug Marrone filled out most of his staff.
Tom Curran of Comcast Sports Net in New England reports Patriots Pro Bowl tight end Rob Gronkowski broke the same left arm but in a different spot.
Morning take: I'm not sure if this is good news or bad news. Gronkowski was healed from the initial break, which means technically he didn't come back too soon. But Gronkowski suffered a break in another part of his arm.
Miami Dolphins long snapper John Denney was added to the AFC Pro Bowl team by the coaches.
Morning take: Denney joins defensive end Cameron Wake as the two Pro Bowlers representing the Dolphins. He's done a solid job in Miami and is getting recognition.
Former Super Bowl wining quarterback Phil Simms doubts New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow will "ever be a starter."
Morning take: Tebow may get an opportunity somewhere via injury. But no team is willing to build around Tebow as a franchise quarterback. A position change is the best way for Tebow to prolong his NFL career.