- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
Is free-agent receiver Greg Jennings a risky investment for the Miami Dolphins?
Morning take: Jennings is 29 and was injured most of last season. But every free agent has some risk. Jennings knows Miami's offense well and can be the true No. 1 receiver the Dolphins are looking for when healthy.
The New York Jets reportedly are not interested in free-agent tailback Ahmad Bradshaw.
Morning take: I think New York should at least kick Bradshaw's tires. But I guess the Jets think they have enough offensive playmakers on the roster already.
Top quarterback prospects Geno Smith and Matt Barkley reportedly will throw at the NFL combine.
Morning take: This is good news for quarterback-needy teams like the Buffalo Bills. They won't have to wait until pro days to see the top rookies throw, which makes evaluations easier.
What will the New England Patriots do with free-agent right tackle Sebastian Vollmer?
Morning take: Vollmer is one of the more interesting free agents in the AFC East. He's one of the top right tackles in the league but has a history of injuries. Should the Patriots pay top dollar to keep him?