- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC East:
The Miami Dolphins are talking to the agent of defensive end Elvis Dumervil but have not made an offer, according to the Denver Post.
Morning take: The Dolphins are looking at several veteran defensive ends to improve their pass rush. Miami still has money to spend but wants to see who is most affordable.
New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow had a public appearance in Texas but didn't want to speak to reporters.
Morning take: Tebow's future with the Jets is up in the air, so he doesn't have many answers. However, the media would like to know his perspective on the offseason.
The New England Patriots' secondary will be a lot tougher with new safety Adrian Wilson.
Morning take: What Wilson lacks in coverage he makes up for in toughness and big-play ability. Wilson is solid at forcing turnovers and should add an extra element of aggressiveness to New England's defense.
Buffalo Bills general manager Buddy Nix says he is not done with free agency.
Morning take: Buffalo barely started, with linebacker Manny Lawson its only signing so far. The Bills were big spenders last offseason and can't go that route every year.