- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Wednesday in the AFC East:
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Miami Dolphins are looking to move up in Thursday's NFL draft.
Morning take: Will the Dolphins pull off a trade like I did in the blogger mock draft? Miami might not move up that high or trade that many picks. But it’s pretty clear the Dolphins will be looking for a left tackle.
A potential trade between the New York Jets and the New Orleans Saints involving tailback Chris Ivory isn't close.
Morning take: The Jets would be willing to part ways with a late draft pick for Ivory, who could add depth to New York's backfield. But if the Saints are asking for too much, it’s not a necessity for the Jets.
Does Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib lack the "wow factor" for the Buffalo Bills?
Morning take: According to the Bills fans I come across, many would be happy if the team took Nassib at No. 8 overall Thursday. I think it would be a mistake to take Nassib that high. But he does have the familiarity with Buffalo's coaching staff.
What is the top draft need of the New England Patriots?
Morning take: Wide receiver is the biggest need after the Patriots lost two starters -- Wes Welker and Brandon Lloyd -- from last season. Danny Amendola takes Welker's spot. But can Donald Jones or Michael Jenkins fill in for Lloyd?