- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC East:
The Buffalo Bills lose free-agent tight end Fred Davis to the Washington Redskins, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Davis accepted a one-year offer with Washington.
Morning take: The Bills really wanted Davis in Buffalo. Bills starter Scott Chandler injured his knee last December and will miss most of the offseason. But Davis stayed where he was most comfortable and has the best chance to win in 2013.
Former West Virginia receiver Tavon Austin will visit with the New England Patriots and several other teams before the NFL draft.
Morning take: New England loves slot receivers, but I doubt Austin will be available at No. 29. The Patriots are more likely to get an outside receiver early in the draft.
It turns out the Minnesota Vikings, St. Louis Rams and Seattle Seahawks were among the teams chasing receiver Mike Wallace in free agency before he signed with the Miami Dolphins.
Morning take: But Wallace told the Miami Herald he felt most at home with the Dolphins. Wallace was able to go south, get a big extension and play with an up-and-coming team in Miami.
Are the New York Jets one of the NFL's least-talented teams?
Morning take: Yes, the Jets have a lot of holes and few playmakers. New York has a lot of work to do to field a contending team in what amounts to a must-win year for head coach Rex Ryan.