- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC East:
Is New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski's season in trouble after a reportedly requiring a fourth arm surgery?
Morning take: It’s too early to go that far. However, Gronkowski is having a lot of problems with his surgically-repaired left arm, and the Patriots should have a contingency plan.
The Buffalo Bills held a private workout with Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib this weekend.
Morning take: Nassib is the quarterback most experts project to land in Buffalo in the second round. He played for new Bills head coach Doug Marrone at Syracuse and knows the offense well.
The New York Jets wil visit with Miami (Ohio) quarterback Zac Dysert.
Morning take: Dysert is considered a middle-round sleeper. The Jets will not draft a quarterback in the first round but could look at a prospect like Dysert in the third or fourth rounds.
Can Jonathan Martin be the Miami Dolphins’ starting left tackle this season?
Morning take: It’s certainly an option. Martin did well as a left tackle at Stanford but had mixed results as a rookie with the Dolphins. Adding bulk and strength is the biggest key.