- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Saturday in the AFC East:
The New York Jets have reportedly made an offer for New Orleans Saints backup running back Chris Ivory.
Morning take: Ivory signed his tender with the Saints, which could be a prelude to a trade. The Jets can use another low-cost tailback to join Mike Goodson and Bilal Powell.
Could the Buffalo Bills take former Tennessee receiver Justin Hunter in the second round?
Morning take: I do not see Hunter making it to that point. Hunter could be a target for the New England Patriots at No. 29 overall.
Speaking of the Patriots, could they be interested in another running back in the NFL draft?
Morning take: New England has just five picks, so I do not see the team going in that direction. Stevan Ridley, Shane Vereen and return specialist Leon Washington make up a solid group of tailbacks. New England has other needs to fill.
Miami Dolphins linebacker Dannell Ellerbe is excited to play his former team: the Baltimore Ravens.
Morning take: Ellerbe is one of several Dolphins who get to play their former clubs this upcoming season. New Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace will face the Pittsburgh Steelers, and tight end Dustin Keller will face the Jets twice.