- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Thursday in the AFC East:
Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly says the team needs to find a quarterback with good character.
Morning take: Character and leadership are definitely important. But a quarterback cannot be successful without enough natural ability. Buffalo needs to find that combination via the draft or free agency.
Would the Miami Dolphins be interested in trading for Minnesota Vikings receiver Percy Harvin?
Morning take: Nope. Harvin has already been a problem for two head coaches in Minnesota. He's not a Joe Philbin type of player.
Former New England Patriots offensive tackle Matt Light says his former team should pay Pro Bowl receiver Wes Welker.
Morning take: New England is willing to, but how much? I think $7-$8 million for a two-year contract is a good middle ground. But that's for the Patriots and Welker to decide.
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez is taking up cooking for kids in his native Orange County, Calif.
Morning take: Sanchez might not be popular in New York right now -- but he’s still big in Southern California, where he grew up. Doing good for the community is never a bad thing.