- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC East:
Whom should the New York Jets take at the top of the NFL draft?
Morning take: New York has a lot of needs. The Jets didn't do much to fill holes in free agency and can use upgrades at receiver, tight end, guard, safety and outside linebacker.
The Buffalo Bills are one of several teams who will host Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan.
Morning take: Buffalo could use another pass-rusher, but I don’t see Jordan landing with the Bills. He could go in the top seven picks, and the Bills have other needs.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger says new Miami Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace is more than a “one-trick pony.”
Morning take: Wallace has been given that label due to his deep speed. But his former quarterback’s opinion holds a lot of weight. Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill should be very pleased with the new weapon he’s getting.
It’s reportedly quiet on the Terrell Owens-New England Patriots front.
Morning take: It should stay that way. The Patriots could use another receiver but not one with significant baggage.