- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib says playing for the Buffalo Bills would be "a match made in heaven."
Morning take: Nassib played under new Bills coach Doug Marrone in college and would run the same offense in Buffalo. Nassib obviously likes the match. But Buffalo would have to take Nassib in the first two rounds.
Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland says the team has a "difficult" and "complicated" decision to make with left tackle and free agent Jake Long.
Morning take: Those are not the words of a GM who is sure Long is coming back. Long will cost a lot of money and Miami is unsure if it wants to pay.
The New England Patriots signed CFL defensive end Armond Armstead.
Morning take: The Patriots are looking for pass-rushers, and hope Armstead can provide that off the bench. He will also have to make a major adjustment from the CFL to NFL.
New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan was involved in a three-car crash last week but wasn’t injured.
Morning take: Has any coach had a more chaotic offseason thus far than Ryan? The infamous Mark Sanchez tattoo and a car wreck is not a good start for the Jets coach.