Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC East:
Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com writes about how several quarterbacks are switching teams. Yet, there’s been no interest in New York Jets backup Tim Tebow.
Morning take: I would be surprised if any team takes Tebow via trade. But once Tebow is released, there may be some teams that show interest. The key could be Tebow's willingness to change positions.
According to Joe Buscaglia of WGR 550, the Buffalo Bills will work out former Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib.
Morning take: It’s no surprise Nassib is on Buffalo’s lengthy list of quarterback workouts. Nassib played for Bills head coach Doug Marrone and knows his system well. Consider Nassib a strong candidate for the second round.
Field Yates of ESPNBoston.com writes about former New England Patriots executive Scott Pioli's praise of quarterback Tom Brady for taking a below-market contract extension.
Morning take: Brady took the guaranteed money in exchange for a higher number. In the process, Brady saved the team cap room over the next two years to keep the Patriots in title contention.
Daniel Jeremiah of the NFL Network examines whether West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith is a better prospect than Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill?
Morning take: This is an interesting topic, because Tannehill was the third quarterback taken last year behind Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III. Smith is the top-rated quarterback this year, but I would take Tannehill after his solid rookie year.