- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC East:
The New England Patriots are reportedly scheduled to host former Pro Bowl players Adrian Wilson and John Abraham.
Morning take: The Patriots are trying to get proven veterans on the cheap by letting the market settle. No one has signed Wilson or Abraham after the initial push, so the Patriots will see if either will sign at their price.
West Virginia Geno Smith says he has a private workout with the Buffalo Bills next week.
Morning take: The Bills are desperate for a quarterback and hold the No. 8 overall pick. Other teams ahead of Buffalo like the Oakland Raiders, Cleveland Browns and Arizona Cardinals may also be interested.
Former Miami Dolphins left tackle Jake Long continues to meet with the St. Louis Rams.
Morning take: It’s been a long (no pun intended) stay in St. Louis. Health is probably a huge issue since the Rams would have to invest a lot of money in the former No. 1 overall pick.
The New York Jets could have interest once the Arizona Cardinals release quarterback Kevin Kolb.
Morning take: Kolb played in Philadelphia under new Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg. New York will run a similar West Coast system, and Kolb would compete with Mark Sanchez and David Garrard.