- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC East:
The New York Jets are wrapping up their general manager search and should make a decision soon.
Morning take: It’s going on three weeks and the Jets have interviewed plenty of candidates. The perception is the top candidates do not want this job, because of the mess left by former general manager Mike Tannenbaum.
Did Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin guarantee victory over the New England Patriots?
Morning take: Boldin said "we'll make it different" and "we’ll win." Every player should feel that way or they're in the wrong game.
Will the Buffalo Bills re-sign starting guard Andy Levitre?
Morning take: Levitre is a great player who will command a lot of interest on the open market. Buffalo recently re-signed fellow guard Kraig Urbik. But Levitre comes with a higher price tag.
Are the playoffs teaching the Miami Dolphins they need more offense?
Morning take: Absolutely. The Dolphins can’t win a championship averaging 18 points per game. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill needs the right supporting cast to consistently move the offense next season.