- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady works out at USC with receiver Danny Amendola for the first time.
Morning take: This is a good sign of Brady moving on from the Wes Welker debacle. There’s nothing Brady can do at this point but try to build the same chemistry with Amendola that he once had with his good friend in Welker.
Should the New York Jets pick Alabama guard Chance Warmack at No. 9 overall?
Morning take: The Jets need to build their offense, but this is the wrong way to do it. New York needs skill players at receiver, tight end and tailback. Picking a guard in the top 10 won't win the Jets many games.
The Buffalo Bills met with fullback Spencer Larsen.
Morning take: The fullback is not expected to have a big role in Buffalo’s offense under new coach Doug Marrone. But former fullback Corey McEntyre is no longer on the roster and that leaves an opening.
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback Pat White reportedly signs with the Washington Redskins.
Morning take: White was a major bust for Miami and former team president Bill Parcells. However, the read-option offense has opened another door and allowed White another chance to resume his NFL career.