- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
The Buffalo Bills are reportedly one of several teams interested in Seattle Seahawks backup quarterback Matt Flynn.
Morning take: You can’t count the desperate Bills out of any quarterback chase. The Bills know Tarvaris Jackson is not the long-term solution. But Buffalo doesn't have many picks in this draft and may be hard-pressed to trade quality selections to Seattle.
Free-agent defensive end Dwight Freeney reportedly wants $6 million per year. Is that too much for the New England Patriots?
Morning take: I do not see New England paying that kind of money. The Patriots are looking for bargains at this stage and Freeney apparently will not come cheap.
Here is a look at the Miami Dolphins’ new logo.
Morning take: I'm not big on logos and jerseys. I care much more about how a team plays, not how the uniforms look. But I'm sure many Dolphins fans will feel one way or the other about the changes.
Could the New York Jets consider former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o?
Morning take: It's doubtful. The Jets hold the No. 9 overall pick, which is too high for Te'o. New York needs to focus on safer picks early in the draft.