Here are the most interesting stories Saturday in the AFC East:
How would you grade the New England Patriots' second-round picks?
Morning take: The Patriots filled two needs with receiver Aaron Dobson and outside pass-rusher Jamie Collins. Both players should have a chance to compete right away and find roles on the team.
The Buffalo Bills landed a potential starting receiver in Day 2 in former USC receiver Robert Woods.
Morning take: I like this selection for Buffalo. Woods is a solid, all-around receiver who is NFL ready. The Bills needed a threat opposite Steve Johnson to balance the offense, and Woods has enough potential to be that player.
The New York Jets finally added former New Orleans Saints running back Chris Ivory via a trade.
Morning take: This move was weeks in the making. Ivory adds a physical element to the Jets' West Coast offense and could be a good pair with the quicker Mike Goodson.
The Miami Dolphins hope second-round cornerback Jamar Taylor can make an impact.
Morning take: Taylor is a solid pick for Miami, which needs to fix its 27th-ranked pass defense. Taylor has the ability to play outside and in the slot, which is key for Miami.