- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
How long will the New York Jets-Darrelle Revis saga play out?
Morning take: This will probably be a while. There are two months until the draft. If nothing happens then, this could go all the way to training camp or even into the season while Revis remains in limbo.
The Detroit Lions are reportedly interested in Miami Dolphins tailback and pending free agent Reggie Bush.
Morning take: Miami could have competition for Bush, which probably would make Bush a goner. The Dolphins don't appear interested in getting into a bidding war for Bush's services.
Will the New England Patriots pay for a big-time wide receiver in free agency?
Morning take: I think Wes Welker and his 118 receptions would count. He is the top priority after quarterback Tom Brady freed up cap room earlier this week. Other names like Mike Wallace and Dwayne Bowe would be secondary after Welker.
The Buffalo Bills have room to grow in a lot of areas.
Morning take: The Bills are in transition, with a new head coach and a new scheme on offense and defense. Part of their success will hinge on their ability to quickly adapt to these changes.