- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are the most interesting stories Tuesday in the AFC East:
If there is no interest from NFL teams, former New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow could have a future in the CFL.
Morning take: I doubt Tebow would consider the CFL at this stage in his career. He’s a quarterback who recently won a playoff game with the Denver Broncos. I expect Tebow to patiently wait for his next chance in the NFL.
New Buffalo Bills linebacker Jerry Hughes is coming off his best season in 2012.
Morning take: Four sacks made for a career year for Hughes, who is a former draft bust with the Indianapolis Colts. But Hughes is still very young and might reach his potential with Buffalo as an outside rusher.
Free-agent offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie visited the Miami Dolphins.
Morning take: The Dolphins failed to land a left tackle in the draft and McKinnie is the best available at the position. Other players like Eric Winston and Tyson Clabo remain options but are natural right tackles.
The New England Patriots have nine receivers on their updated roster.
Morning take: It is going to be a competitive battle for five or six roster spots in training camp. The Patriots have hit the reset button at the position and all the new players must quickly develop chemistry with quarterback Tom Brady.