- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Friday in the AFC East:
The New York Jets got a visit from West Virginia receiver Tavon Austin.
Morning take: Austin is one of my favorite players in this draft. However, I would not take him at No. 9 overall. The Jets have a decent slot receiver in Jeremy Kerley and need to fill weaknesses.
Former Pro Bowl quarterback Kurt Warner still wonders about Spygate and the New England Patriots.
Morning take: Every so often a Spygate story appears. Fair or not, New England's success from that era will be scrutinized. The best the current Patriots can do is win a Super Bowl to silence the critics.
Will the Miami Dolphins find a star in this draft?
Morning take: This draft lacks star power. But with 11 picks, Miami should land some solid prospects who can boost the roster.
The Buffalo Bills hosted University of Tennessee receiver Cordarrelle Patterson at the team’s headquarters.
Morning take: The Bills need another receiver to pair with Steve Johnson. Patterson is a raw prospect with tons of upside. But would Buffalo take him with the No. 8 overall pick?