- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC East:
Former St. Louis Rams tailback and Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk says he will never get over being "cheated" out of a Super Bowl by the New England Patriots.
Morning take: It’s been 11 years since that game. New England’s titles still stand after the “Spygate” scandal. So it’s time to move on.
Buffalo Bills tailback C.J. Spiller doubled his 2013 salary to more than $2.6 million due to a performance-based raise.
Morning take: Spiller earned it after last season, when he rushed for 1,244 yards -- and could’ve had an even bigger year if former coach Chan Gailey provided more opportunities.
We are just one year away from MetLife Stadium hosting Super Bowl XLVIII.
Morning take: No home team has ever played in a Super Bowl. The Jets' chances next season appear very slim. Maybe the Giants will have a shot.
Who will the Miami Dolphins take with the No. 12 overall pick?
Morning take: The Dolphins can go in a lot of different directions. They are a hard team to read at the moment, because Miami will likely fill a number of voids via free agency. However, wide receiver and corner are big needs.