- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Sunday in the AFC East:
An NFL executive believes the New York Jets can land a first- and third-round pick for star cornerback Darrelle Revis.
Morning take: If the Jets can get that kind of value, they should jump at it. Revis is the best corner in football, but he wants a huge extension in 2014 that the rebuilding Jets cannot afford. I’m skeptical a first-round pick will be involved, but we will see.
Quarterbacks did not impress in Saturday’s Senior Bowl.
Morning take: This is bad news for the Jets and Buffalo Bills. Both teams need quarterbacks, and this year’s class isn’t close to the rookie talent we saw last year.
NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino can understand the Miami Dolphins still drafting a quarterback.
Morning take: If that’s the case, it should only happen in the middle or later rounds. The Dolphins have clearly defined needs and quarterback is not one of them. Ryan Tannehill has potential to be the long-term solution.
The New England Patriots reportedly signed CFL defensive end Jason Vega.
Morning take: This is the second defensive end the Patriots landed from Canada. The Patriots are going far and wide to add to their pass rush.