- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
- 0 Shares
Here are the most interesting stories Sunday in the AFC East:
The New England Patriots only have five selections in this year's NFL draft.
Morning take: The Patriots are usually the opposite. But poor decisions to trade picks for veterans like Albert Haynesworth and Chad Johnson caught up to New England this year. The Patriots also can trade down to acquire more picks.
The Buffalo Bills had a private workout with University of Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray this weekend.
Morning take: Add Bray's name to a long list quarterback the Bills worked out before the draft. Buffalo should have more knowledge of college quarterbacks than most teams in this draft.
New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow is not an option for the Seattle Seahawks, who are looking for a backup quarterback.
Morning take: Interestingly, former Bills backup quarterback Tyler Thigpen is an option for Seattle. The fact that the Seahawks have more interest in Thigpen than Tebow says something.
The Miami Dolphins will most likely fill the rest of their needs in the NFL draft.
Morning take: Miami certainly spent enough big bucks in free agency. Most good teams draft successfully, and the Dolphins have a chance to do that with 11 selections.